Baton Rouge's WAFB.com has released the police report on the bar fight involving Jordan Jefferson and several LSU teammates. According to the report, police visited Shady's bar in Baton Rouge while responding to a 911 call about a fight.
After arrival, the officer was told by witness Andrew Lowery that "several suspects that he believed were LSU football players (approximately 10-15 people) pull an unknown [white male] out of a black Chevrolet Silverado pick-up truck," with the white male being "severely beaten" by the crowd.
Lowery told the officer he intervened, at which point the crowd turned on him. With a "swollen" face that had "several bruises," along with a bloodied shirt, Lowery told the officer he believed Jefferson and Josh Johns to be among the crowd of attackers.
Another witness, whose name was redacted, told police the melee began when the Silverado was blocked in by another vehicle. He yelled for someone to move the offending vehicle, which resulted in the brawl. At one point, the white male threatened the crowd with a gun. According to the witness, approximately five LSU players joined in.
This witness also reveals Jefferson kicked the man in the face, which we'd already known had been claimed.
According to the report, three people arrived at the hospital via that Silverado.
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