Jackson Mahomes has been accused of assaulting a 19-year-old male waiter multiple times and forcibly kissing the 40-year-old female owner of a bar in Kansas. According to Aspen Vaughn, owner of Aspens Restaurant and Lounge, the brother of NFL superstar Patrick Mahomes was intoxicated at the time of the incident.
“He forcibly kissed me out of nowhere,” Aspen reportedly said, “and I’m telling him, pushing him off saying ‘what are you doing?’ and then he proceeded to do it two more times where the last time I was pushing him off and I can see on the cameras that somebody was outside the office door and I was yelling for them to come help because he’s big and massive.”
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The waiter, who has not been identified said the alleged incident began when Jackson went into the office of the restaurant.
“I was going into our office downstairs where the employees are in the employee area, and he’s downstairs for I don’t know what reason,” the waiter said, “and I’m trying to get to the office, and he’s like, pushing me out. … And he’s like, No, get out, get out.”
The waiter said that he smelled marijuana when Jackson went into the restaurant’s VIP area with his group.
When Aspen tried to speak to Jackson privately he allegedly grabbed her neck and left a small bruise.
“It’s disgusting,” Vaughn recalled telling Mahomes, according to the New York Post. “Like you’re a child and he was trying to say ‘we should be a power couple, and I’m like ‘clearly you’re out of your mind right now.’”
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However, Jackson’s lawyer Brandan Davies denied the allegations.
“Jackson has done nothing wrong,” the attorney said. “Our investigation has revealed substantial evidence refuting the claims of Jackson’s accuser including the statements of several witnesses. We have reached out to law enforcement to provide the fruit of our investigation so that they may have a complete picture of the matter.”