Former Green Bay Packers participant Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila was almost arrested this week, but two of his buddies were and that resulted in him moving off on YouTube. 22, the two friends 24, and Ryan Desmith showed up at Assembly of God Church in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Tuesday night which was hosting the Christmas pageant of a kid ran from the Providence Academy.
There was a reported family dispute over religious beliefs and Sakmu and Desmith were carrying hidden weapons.
He officers responded to this church for a record of a trespassing complaint,
Kevin Warych of the Green Bay police department stated per USA Today.
“They came into contact with employees, who reported two people who were requested to leave but were not leaving…When the officers made contact with the 2 individuals, the officers attempted to convince them to leave, but they didn’t. They were then detained for trespassing.”
Gbaja-Biamila was there but he was not arrested because he abandoned when officers told him to go.
However, the former Packers defensive end published a 30-minute YouTube movie that aims members of the Straightway Truth Ministry with.
He said he mailed Desmith and Salmi to film his sons. Gbaja-Biamila said his buddies were there however they ended up in handcuffs.
“I ended up on the scene hoping to get my brothers from this plight, and they ended up trying to arrest me,” Gbaja-Biamila said.
“Three officers put their hands on me and attempted to put the cuffs on.
I told them I do not agree, I require a probable cause and a warrant.
And listen to this — they wanted to place me in handcuffs for looking in their badges and supposedly because I had been looking at one of the guns.”
Gbaja-Biamila did not want his sons taking part in the pageant because he also called it a”pagan event.
But, his wife gave them the Providence Academy affirmed her decision and the fine.