Terrell Owens was seen punching a man who the previous NFL player says hassled him and different clients while visiting a CVS in Inglewood, California this end of the week, a video got by TMZ Sports showed.
In the recording, Owens — who recently played for groups including the San Francisco 49ers, Philadelphia Falcons and Dallas Ranchers — is seen battling with a shirtless man beyond the store on Saturday night. At a certain point, Owens thumped the man to the ground with a punch to the face.
When reached by Individuals on Monday morning, Owens alluded to his remarks to TMZ.
The 48-year-old let the power source know that he was addressing a fan at the store when they were moved toward by the man he was subsequently recorded battling.
The man was forceful, as per witnesses, and took steps to battle Owens and the fan outside.
Former NFL player Terrell Owens knocked out a man outside a CVS in Los Angeles after the guy allegedly harassed people in the store pic.twitter.com/6hGj9TkcpP
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Witnesses told TMZ that Owens endeavored to suppress what is going on before the man went after him once they left the store.
Owens kept on addressing the person for over a moment after their battle, the video shows.
“I can’t completely accept that we’re seeing this s — ,” an observer is heard saying in the video before Owens gets back to his vehicle.
As per TMZ, police were not called following the occurrence.
Owens is as yet playing football and is at present a wide collector in the Fan Controlled Football association. He played for the FCF Critics prior to being exchanged to the Knights of Degen in May.
Owens was casted a ballot into the Master Football Lobby of Distinction in 2018 and broadly skirted his enlistment service to have his own festival.