Friday, October 05, 2007

Brown feeling down

Los Angeles Lakers center Kwame Brown, charged with disorderly conduct and interfering with a police officer after his cousin was charged with drunken driving last weekend, claimed Wednesday it was simply a misunderstanding. Brown faces misdemeanor charges after police in Valdosta, Ga., pulled over Charles Warren Jr. early Saturday for driving the wrong way down a one-way street, Lt. Bobbi McGraw said earlier Wednesday. Police questioned Warren about the strong smell of alcohol in his vehicle. Brown approached the officers and told them he was Warren's cousin and the vehicle belonged to the Laker, McGraw said. She said there was no indication Brown was in the car, but that he happened to be in the area, adding Brown became disruptive and tried to interfere with the officers' investigation, which led to his arrest. "I wasn't in the car -- at all," Brown said. "I walked up. That wasn't in the police report. I would never have been in the car when somebody was driving drunk."

Isn't it fishy that dude just 'happened to be in the area.' It seems he is always in the wrong place at the wrong time. If it isn't a rape accusation, it's stealing a cake and tossing it at someone. I can't wait to hear what Brown's next excuse will be when, after a game, they find him and Kobe in the back alley with a passed out fan.

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