VIDEO: Kaepernick Says Stories Of Miami Incident Are Completely Wrong

MIAMI, Florida (KRON) — Miami Police are investigating an incident believed to be ‘suspicious’ following a police report involving San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, and wide receiver Quinton Patton along with a Seattle Seahawks player.

The report, which has redacted the name of the alleged victim, says the incident happened at the Miami apartment of Seahawks wide receiver Ricardo Lockett. The apartment is located inside the Viceroy Hotel.

In the report, filed on April 4, the victim told detectives she went to Lockett’s residence and talked with Kaepernick and Patton while she mixed some drinks for them. She says the players told her that in order to drink with them she would need to “hit” a bong containing marijuana.

The victim told detectives she started to feel light-headed after a while and so decided to go lie down, taking off her jacket and jewelry. She says Kaepernick, with whom she has had a previous sexual relationship, kissed her and undressed her. She says they did not have intercourse.

The victim says Kaepernick left her naked in the bedroom and that moments later Lockett and Patton “peeked” in on her through the door. She says she asked “Where’s Colin?” and they left. The victim says she doesn’t remember anything after that until she woke up in the hospital. She says she doesn’t know how she got there.

Police say that there is no mention of a sexual assault in the report and that Colin Kaepernick is not considered a suspect.

Kaepernick responded on Twitter saying the stories are completely wrong.

“The 49ers organization is aware of the recent media report regarding Colin Kaepernick and Quinton Patton,” the Niners said in a written statement. “We are in the process of gathering the pertinent facts.”

Read the Police Report

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