Less than 24 hours after Miami police released audio of the 911 calls made from Colin Kaepernick’s Miami apartment during an incident involving him, two other NFL players and an unidentified woman, Kaepernick responded via Twitter on Wednesday, saying he is “glad the truth is getting out.”
The woman, who referred to herself as “Jesus,” was the subject of two emergency calls made from the apartment on April 1, according to the 911 tapes released Tuesday.
On 911 calls, I’m glad the truth is getting out. Info that came out earlier was totally wrong. I look forward to this matter being resolved.
— Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) May 7, 2014
Police have not identified who made the calls. The first was made by a man who identified himself as hotel security. He said a woman was in the hotel room, refusing to leave.
“She said her name was Jesus, and she don’t have no clothes on,” he told the dispatcher.
When the dispatcher asked who the woman was there to see, the man replied: “She’s visiting this gentleman here.”
The second call was made by another male who is believed to be Seahawks receiver Ricardo Lockette, a friend of Kaepernick. The caller requested the police come to the room because the woman was lying in bed “and she’s not leaving” until a friend of his showed up.
“There’s a young lady in my friend’s bed,” the caller said. “She says she’s not leaving until she sees him. … No, no, he’s not her boyfriend. He’s someone she wants to sleep with.”
Two days after the 911 calls were placed, an unidentified woman went to Miami police headquarters saying she’d been partying with Kaepernick, Lockette and 49ers wide receiver Quinton Patton, and that she passed out, woke up in a hospital and did not know how she got there.
News of the incident was first reported by TMZ on April 10, in which the celebrity gossip site stated Kaepernick was under investigation for a possible sexual assault. Miami police later refuted that, saying there was “no evidence of a crime or a sexual assault.” No charges have been filed, and no arrests have been made.
Police are referring to the matter as a “suspicious incident.”
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