Strip club manager sues Eagles' Young

Oct. 26, 2011 at 4:47 PM
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DALLAS, Oct. 26 (UPI) -- The manager of a Dallas strip club has sued Philadelphia Eagles backup quarterback Vince Young over a brawl there last year.

In his complaint, filed in Dallas, Creiton Kinchen says Young attacked him with deadly weapons -- his feet and hands -- and caused him significant continuing mental anguish, the Dallas Observer reported. Creiton blames Young for the fight, saying the quarterback was drunk and assaulted him when he refused to supply him with 8,000 $1 bills to be used to throw at the dancers at the Onyx.

At the time of the fight, Young, who starred with the University of Texas Longhorns, said Kinchen provoked it by giving him the "hook 'em Longhorns" sign.

Young was cited for misdemeanor assault in June 2010.

After five years with the Tennessee Titans, Young was signed by the Eagles in July.

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