Aaron Douglass, as predicted, fucked up and was arrested for DUI. So why in the name of sweet whistling Geronimo does ESPN keep calling him former UT player? He is a BAMMEROID now!
Blount County authorities have charged a former Maryville High School and University of Tennessee football player with driving under the influence, according to intake reports and a Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman.
Aaron David Douglas, 21, Snowshill Way, Maryville, was released on a $1,000 bond pending a 9 a.m. Dec. 29 hearing in Blount County General Sessions Court, after being booked shortly after midnight today.
Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Marian O’Briant also said he was cited with implied consent violation, according to the Sheriff’s report. That citation alleges that Douglas refused to submit to a blood alcohol test.
Authorities stopped Douglas on U.S. Highway 321 West near Partnership Park South, according to the report.
Deputies performed standard field sobriety tests, on which Douglas performed extremely poorly (get used to this Bammers), according to O’Briant, who was reading information from the report. He was unsteady on his feet(and this too) and uncooperative during the investigation, according to the report.
Will this incident be enough to provide “Instant street cred” ?
Read this supportive email that I received this morning, gosh!:
“Dear Aaron Douglas,
I know you’re feeling down right now.
But let me tell you a story.
There once was a man who went against conventional wisdom.
He was condemned for his actions and for speaking his mind.
He carried a heavy burden which no one else understood.
He was mocked and shamed wherever he went.
Yet he still kept going, until he was finally caught by the authorities and thrown onto a cross.
This man was Jesus Christ (or Bear Bryant).
Never forget, you are no where close to being anything like Jesus. You have literally none of the morals that people respected in Jesus and your entire family is embarrassed of what you have become. You are a fucking faggot. Go rot in Alabama.”
- Is Alabama’s DUI Rapper a Future Problem For The Team Or a Brilliant Pick-Up? (bleacherreport.com)