Pro Football Player Terrell Owens Was Threatened To Be Sued After Verbal Altercation In front Of A Starbucks Coffee Shop
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Verbal Altercation In front Of A Starbucks Coffee Shop
The man who filed a police report claiming Terrell Owens hurled a cup of hot coffee at him went on a racist tear during the altercation, screaming the n-word and calling him a "f***ing knuckle-running, spear-chucking, monkey-ass looking motherf*****."
We spoke with Arman, who first denied using the n-word. But when we told him we had the video he said he never put an "r" at the end ... "I use that word and it's very much accepted in the black community."
When we told Arman that we hear him say, "f***ing knuckle-running, spear-chucking, monkey-ass looking motherf*****," he said, he was "purposefully racist," adding, "I just wanted to make him mad and sad. I'm Middle Eastern and Muslim and not KKK."
Arman, who denied throwing a cup at Owens., said, "There's freedom of speech but there's not freedom of attack. He kicked me in the Starbucks."
And he said, "I don't want my name to be ruined with all my African-American friends because that's as racist as it gets."
Arman also says T.O. was being violent, saying, "You're lucky I don't whip your ass."
Owens played 15 seasons in the NFL, leading the league in touchdown catches three times and last appearing in a regular-season game with the Cincinnati Bengals in 2010.
He did have a three-week stint with the Seattle Seahawks in 2012 during preseason but was released at the end of August.