Posted January 28, 2013

Ex-NFL player Kwame Harris accused of beating ex-boyfriend

NFL

An ex-NFL player is facing felony domestic violence charges for allegedly beating an ex-boyfriend in the parking lot of a restaurant after an argument about soy sauce, reports the Oakland Tribune.

Former San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders offensive lineman Kwame Harris was charged with felony domestic violence and assault causing great bodily injury and faces nine years in prison. Harris, 30, pleaded not guilty and is out of jail after posting a $75,000 bail. Harris’ attorney says it is a case of self-defense.

The trouble started August 21 when Harris and ex-boyfriend Dimitri Geier were sharing dinner at Su Hong restaurant in Menlo Park. Harris was to drive Geier to San Francisco International Airport for a flight following the meal. But the men began to argue after Geier poured soy sauce on some rice, which upset Harris, according to a civil lawsuit Geier filed in San Mateo County.

The arguing continued and escalated, until finally Harris revoked his offer to drop Geier off at the airport. Geier agreed to take a cab instead, but as they went to retrieve has bags from Harris’ car the dispute turned violent. Harris allegedly tried to pull down Geier’s pants and accused the ex of stealing his underwear, according to the suit.

Harris was drafted by the 49ers with the 26th overall pick in the 2003 NFL draft and was released by the Raiders in 2009.


35 comments
PamAlGuern
PamAlGuern

I don't like soy sauce and I don't wear other people's underwear~ So -I kinda get it:: <NOT>

marco  rubio
marco rubio

oh say it  aint  so  anotheer  niggg   who thinks  he can do  what ever he wants  huyh   boy !!!!!!

Justiceofthepeace2
Justiceofthepeace2

He should have let her ass go instead of fighting the bitch , his career is important that getting a felony over this ignorant bitch.

RomarioDelLago
RomarioDelLago

Wait, they must have typed this wrong.  It should say his "GIRLFRIEND"...girlfriend, not Boyfriend.  That just doesn't make any sense otherwise!

Staz
Staz

I guess this proves that there's gay football players, unless he became gay after leaving the NFL. Weird story though.

MarkFrances
MarkFrances

Just think what would have happened if he had used Worchester Sauce.

captainkona
captainkona

Hell hath no fury like a girly-man scorned.

CharlesAdams
CharlesAdams

Its cracking me up that it happened in MENLO PARK....WOOOOWHEEEEE!!!!BWAHAHAHAHAH!!!!

LonnieBeerman
LonnieBeerman

I tried to tell all those jocks back in high school that locker room butt slapping is a slippery slope....

The Dude
The Dude

Thomas .. I agree 100% Pouring soy sauce on your rice is simply revolting! Disagree totally with Blase'

ThomasByron
ThomasByron

AAbsolutely sickeing..Another moment  worthy of a puke award.

Blase'
Blase'

Man, the dude is 6'7" and about 340lbs. He could put soy sauce on pretty much whatever he wanted to. I wonder how big his ex-boyfriend is?

stabmasterarson21
stabmasterarson21

He should plead insanity....YOUR HONOR, I'M JUST CRAZY ABOUT SOY SAUCE, YOUR MAJESTY.  IT TICKS ME OFF AND MAKES ME BEAT ON GAY MEN, YOUR HONEY......er I mean YOUR HONOR! = P

Mot
Mot

Funny!  A cat fight and panty raid over soy sauce!

RangerDanParsons
RangerDanParsons

Steal my underpants, put soy sauce on rice?  Why I oughta!

KnuckleheadZCS
KnuckleheadZCS

MUST HAVE BEEN SOME SPECIAL UNDERWEAR TO GO TO JAIL OVER THEM, 75,000 BAIL, 100.00 MEAL, 3.95 SOY SAUCE, TWO MEN FIGHTING OVER UNDERWEAR, PRICELESS.

YOOPERBILL
YOOPERBILL

An ex boyfriend would not have a chance to steal any underwear unless they had one for the road before dinner.soy sauce on rice,its the American way,what was his complaint.

Sue3
Sue3

All this over soy sauce on rice?  And a grown man attempting to pull another mans pants down and stealing underwear is beyond juvenile. And to think this idiot use to play PRO Football.  What a joke.

FrankNStein, your post assures me you are 100% predjudiced and only look at the "gay" side and not the incident itself. Shallow minded.

brycecoaching
brycecoaching

 @JoeyBagadoughnutz Now that's funny. I was sipping coffee when I read your post. A little messy, but worth it! No pun intended, I don't think.

brycecoaching
brycecoaching

 @Sue3 Thanks for a voice of sensibility and being a grown-up "in the room!"

Mot
Mot

 @Sue3

 You have no sense of punny...