David Wells, an adviser to the Dallas Cowboys’ Dez Bryant, met with officials from NorthPark Center Mall on Wednesday to dispute the criminal trespass warning issued to Bryant by off-duty police officers at the mall last Saturday.
The trouble started when a member of Bryant’s party was reportedly spotted with sagging pants; Bryant was accused of (and has denied) sagging as well. Per ESPN Dallas’ Calvin Watkins, Bryant’s (alleged) history of trouble at NorthPark goes something like this:
“Bryant has had numerous problems at the mall, according to the police report from the most recent incident, including parking his car in a fire lane, cutting in line at the Apple store (according to Wells, Bryant offered to buy something for the patron he stepped in front of) and a "major disturbance" with an unknown woman at a restaurant.
“Police were called in the last situation, but both Bryant and the woman were gone before they arrived.”
Bryant never did return to the mall on Wednesday as he claimed he would on Twitter, but, according to Wells, they have received a number of “encouraging” phone calls from various merchants who call NorthPark home.
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