Kenny King worked for various indie promotions before he got his break with Impact Wrestling in 2005. The former X-Division Champion is currently part of the Honor No More stable. Now King has a less than ideal story to share.
King took to Twitter on Friday and shared an upsetting incident with his followers. The Impact star said his 15-year-old daughter was allegedly harassed by law enforcement at the Las Vegas Airport.
Yesterday, in Las Vegas my 15 year old daughter was falsely detained by law enforcement due to mistaken identity. While I understand that might happen, the procedure that took place was extremely unacceptable. The officer who detained her did not attempt to identify her or himself before placing his hands on her and telling her to place her arms behind her back.
It appeared to be a cooperative effort between law enforcement and American Airlines, neither of which attempted to identify my MINOR child and after a few minutes were able to identify their actual suspect (who’s only resemblance to Makenzi was that they were both “light skinned”
After the mistake was realized nobody from law enforcement attempted to contact Makenzi’s parents or do anything to calm down my scared and anxious child. This is completely unacceptable and WILL NOT STAND
This isn’t the first time pro wrestlers have called out authorities over harassment and bullying incidents. AEW star Chris Jericho posted a video of bullies assaulting his niece. Keep reading Ringside News for more!
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