ESPN’s Stephen A Smith is keeping it real in regard to the cameraman who got shoved by Davante Adams and is now pressing charges.
On Monday night, the Raiders wide receiver shoved an unsuspecting cameraman to the ground after the team’s loss.
DAVANTE ADAMS WITH A DENNIS RODMAN SHOVE OF THE CAMERAMANpic.twitter.com/kmfJBFtf2b
— OddsShopper (@OddsShopper) October 11, 2022
The cameraman, 20-year-old Park Zebley, has since filed charges against Adams and claims he suffered a possible concussion from the ordeal.
Kansas City police have charged #Raiders WR Davante Adams with assault. The man who Adams pushed cited whiplash, headache and a possible concussion as his injuries. Court date set for November 10. https://t.co/QFXqoTgQjC
— Tashan Reed (@tashanreed) October 12, 2022
Zebley has already retained an attorney and is currently exploring his legal options against Adams.
“What happened was egregiously unsportsmanlike and an act of violence that should not be excused by the NFL.” We continue to investigate this matter on Mr. Zebley’s behalf and to evaluate his legal options.'
— Sean McDowell (@seanfox4kc) October 12, 2022
During the latest edition of ESPN’s First Take, Smith blasted the cameraman for attempting to extort money from Adams.
“This is a money grab, I’m accusing the guy,” Smith said. “You’re damn right it is, okay? He got pushed to the ground, you got right back up. Next thing you know you at the police department, and now you filed some charges. Please ain’t nobody fooled, this is a money grab.”
— First Take (@FirstTake) October 12, 2022