Seattle Seahawk Yells Racial Slurs At Police During Arrest

McDowell was arrested at an Atlanta nightclub while yelling racial slurs at police officers.

Atlanta, GA - Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Malik McDowell was arrested early Sunday morning, Dec. 10, for disorderly conduct as ye yelled racial slurs at police.

The incident occurred at SL Lounge, an Atlanta nightclub, after a female police officer said she saw him getting into a verbal altercation outside the front doors of a club called SL Lounge, according to TMZ.

McDowell, who has missed his entire rookie season due to a non-football injury, was arrested “after he allegedly flipped out at a club over money he thought he was owed."

He was reported to be shouting at the head of security for the club about $600 he thought he had already paid, although he was told repeatedly by staff and his friend that he hadn't given them the cash he wanted back, according to the police report.

McDowell was eventually allowed back inside the club, but the arresting officer said that he was kicked out a second time for pouring out bottles of liquor inside the bar, still shouting about the $600 he believed he was owed, and refusing to leave without it.

The female police officer said she detained McDowell with the help of her partner. They tried to get him in the back of a police cruiser when he launched a profanity-laced tirade:

"F*** both of ya'll hoe ass n*****, p**** ass cops, I bet I get out, I got more money than ya'll, ya'll ain't got enough money for me, p**** ass crackers, broke ass n*****."

He was charged with disorderly conduct and released on a bond of $325.

McDowell was the Seahawks' first pick in the 2017 draft, but is on their Non-Football Injury List after suffering what the team referred to as "a really bad concussion" in a July ATV crash, according to The Seattle Times.

Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll had hoped for a mid-season return for McDowell but said in late November that McDowell would be out for the season.

McDowell has not participated in any official team activities since the ATV accident. He has worked out some with trainers and has attended some practices.

After he was released from jail, Malik McDowell got on Twitter and "liked" the TMZ article about his racist tirade.

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Det_John_Kimble
Det_John_Kimble

McDowell be like "F both of ya'll hoe ass n**, p ass cops, I bet I get out, I got more money than ya'll, ya'll ain't got enough money for me, p ass crackers, broke ass n*." Police be like oh yeah you still going to jail idiot.

Jnutzs
Jnutzs

I think that this is the result of allowing all rampant violent talk of anti police, anti white, and anti american values. Common sense needs to be taking place in this country in the form of the government and elected officials for the cities and states standing up for authority and laws. They also should be denouncing any and all of this “privilege” hooplah and garbage that is being spread about our country’s founding, history, and government. I agree that things are not perfect, but the average person in america doesnt expect things to be perfect. These new age clowns and race baiters are going to start a fight that they cant win. I hope everyone that reads this, starts to taking up for themselves and speaking out against this new age progressive garbage that is being pushed on american society by biased media and silly activists. Take up for yourselves and lets all start speaking up when you see unfair and biased actions taking place, before its too late and this all becomes just part of regular daily society.

Deny
Deny

Racist asshole

sturnman22
sturnman22

Should fit well in the Seahawks personna - another thug in the National Felony League!

meemawx3
meemawx3

I will be following this story, just to see what the NFL does. Zeke and another player have lost much behind false accusations, put their careers in jepordy, then I see this, arrogant, uppity, nasty mouthed player, not only violate the law, but dares to call them out. Let me say Goodell and the commision were hot on suspensions...welll the ball is in their court now. Lets see just how high their bar of behavior code is.

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