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Woman Allegedly Assaulted By Jackson Mahomes Closes Restaurant Over Lost Business And Death Threats: REPORT

The Aspens Restaurant and Lounge in Overland Park, Kansas, is currently rented amid a lawsuit against the brother of Kansas City Chiefs superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

A few days after announcing that the restaurant was closing, “Closed until further notice” The restaurant’s social media pages include “For Rent” Ads.

Back in May, Jackson Mahomes was arrested for shoving a waiter and forcibly kissing a female restaurant owner, and was charged with three counts of aggravated sexual assault and one count of misdemeanor.

Restaurant employee Stephanie Lopez told reporters. Kansas City star He said the restaurant would be closed until the building found new tenants.

“It’s hard to own a company and go through everything you’ve been through,” Lopez told news outlets. “We were so close to success and this happened.”

Restaurant owner Aspen Vaughn told the Kansas City Star in March that Mahomes grabbed him by the throat at least twice and kissed him forcefully.

Bourne also provided the media with footage of Mahomes allegedly grabbing her by the throat and kissing her.

“He forcefully kissed me out of nowhere,” Vaughn said. “And I say to him, ‘What are you doing?’ . And the camera showed someone outside the office door. He was big and huge and I was yelling at them to come help me. ”

Mahomes’ attorney denied the charges.

“Jackson did nothing wrong” Said Brandon Davis. “Our investigation uncovered substantial evidence refuting the Jackson accusers’ claims, including the statements of several witnesses. We have provided the results of our investigation so that you can get a picture.” (Related: Cleveland Browns Cause Major Flight Delays After Completely Crashing Plane: Report)

Bourne said. Kansas City star In July, sales at her restaurant dropped 75% and she said she has also dealt with death threats and harassment since being sued by authorities. Bourne also said someone may have wrecked her restaurant, disconnecting the air conditioner and damaging her natural gas pipes. The flood also occurred when someone set off the fire alarm.

“I definitely feel my safety has been compromised since the incident happened,” Bourne said. “I feel attacked by people I’ve never met. Why don’t the victims come forward? Because that’s how they are treated.”

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