Fred Davis Ordered to Pay Roughly $20,000 in 2-Year-Old Nightclub Incident
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WASHINGTON (CBSDC) - A D.C. Superior Court judged brought resolution to a civil suit involving Redskins tight end Fred Davis on Wednesday, according to the Washington Post, ordering him to pay a woman nearly $20,000 in damages.
As reported in March, Davis was dragged into court by Makini R. Chaka over a dispute that occurred at Josephine Nightclub in D.C. over two and half years ago.
Chaka had alleged that on the night of Jan. 6, 2011, Davis dumped a juice drink onto her and threw an empty pitcher at her head, injuring her lip. Chaka, a celebrity booker, also claimed the negative attention from the fracas caused her to lose business.
According to the Post, Judge Laura A. Cordero ordered Davis to pay Chaka $9,000 in lost earnings, $10,000 for pain and suffering, $575 for damages to her suede boots, dress and hair weave, and $186 for medical expenses.
Davis was ordered to stay away from Chaka for one year as well, according to the report.
His case wasn’t helped any when video surfaced of the incident, essentially verifying each of Chaka’s claims against him.