Judge Mathis Denies Spitting On Valet, Valet Wants DNA Test To Prove He Did
Judge Mathis is taking allegations against him to the court of social media. He responded to allegations that he spit on a valet at Detroit’s Bar & Grill recently. He said on Instagram,
“First of all, it was a 40-minute wait. And when he came I yelled at him and asked why would he take my car for 40 minutes, or the keys to my car. And he began to apologize, and then he said something I think, ‘I went to the store,’ or something that was more ridiculous than the apology. So we had a verbal back and forth and that was the extent of it. It was no spitting. It was six witnesses there if they want to ask them. I was standing there outside of the place with the owner’s son who asked if I wanted to do something about it, and I said ‘No, let it go.’ And that was the extent of it.”
He added that he’s convinced the valet is trying to extort him.
“I don’t know if this is a money grab, which I suspect it is. But you know, this happens all the time…”
Meanwhile, Karri Mitchell, the lawyer for the valet said that they plan on taking Judge Mathis’s alleged spit to get a DNA test and prove he indeed did allegedly spit on him. Mitchell added that the supposed spit wasn’t just on the valet’s face, but also on his shirt.
The valet also filed a police report. Detroit police are currently investigating.
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