Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Mayor Sly James' son accused of punching a woman in the face at The Point bar

Ok, am I the only who thinks that he's sorta cute? in a I met you in jail sort of way? C'mon I know you thought of it too


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Posted by Justin Kendall on Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 8:03 AM

Kyle James: Problem child?
About a month after acting like a spoiled and privileged rich kid during a run in with police in the Power & Light District, Mayor Sly James' son Kyle is now accused of punching a woman in the face during a melee at The Point bar.
Fox 4 reported last night that the mayor's 23-year-old son is accused of hitting a 22-year-old woman from Lee's Summit during a fight at the bar. In an interview with the TV station, the woman claimed that a friend of the mayor's son told her Kyle James punched her. That friend was an unnamed member of the Kansas City Chiefs, according to the woman.

The woman also picked James out of a photo lineup for police.

KMBC reported that Kyle James turned himself in to police last night. He was bailed out a short time later.

No word yet from the mayor on his son's latest alleged issues. UPDATE: Here's the statement from Mayor Sly James' spokesman, Danny Rotert: "To ensure that both Kyle and his accuser get a fair day in municipal court, the Mayor will not have any comments on the matter now pending. Thank you for your understanding in what is a difficult time for all involved."

In the Power & Light incident, James was accused of refusing to pay for food that he ordered from Fran's Restaurant. He also threatened the job of a cop who handcuffed him and repeatedly asked the officer if he "knew who he was." There's a whole lot more to the incident, including Kyle James allegedly picking a fight with three men outside of the restaurant, telling them that he'd "fuck them like that sweet sixth-grade pussy on the playground."

Kyle James made a public apology after the Power & Light incident.

“This is not the first time I have apologized for what I have done and quite possibly it won’t be the last," Kyle James said in a statement (via the Star).