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By PFW staff

A man involved in a bar fight last October in Nashville is suing Titans WR Kenny Britt, The Nashville City Paper reported.

Harold E. Pointer filed a lawsuit against Britt, the bar and Bradford Miser, seeking $150,000 in punitive and compensatory damages. The incident occurred Friday Oct. 22, 2010. Britt and Miser had been escorted from the bar following an altercation. When they were allowed back in the bar, Pointer alleges Britt and Miser "continued to gang" him until security removed the two. Miser allegedly smacked Pointer on the head with a glass bottle.

Pointer claims the bar, Karma, is guilty of negligence for continuing to serve Britt and Miser, and that Karma encouraged Pointer not to press charges. Miser was indicted on an assault charge while a grand jury found insufficient evidence to indict Britt.

Britt was benched for the first quarter of the Titans' game against the Eagles two days later, but still had seven catches for 225 yards and three scores.

The third-year receiver has had multiple brushes with the law this offseason and recently surrendered to police for outstanding warrants.

 

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