Judge Greg Mathis is charged with a felony that forces him to address the matter publicly. The reality star judge of the TV show "Hit Court", Judge Mathis is being investigated for a Friday night incident in Detroit. Now the law is involved.
Mathis was accused of spitting on a valet.
The judge was reportedly involved in an oral argument with one
Valet parking in front of a restaurant in the Greektown district of Detroit. According to
2 Detroit Valet Parking Driver Charles Smith worked at Flood's Bar and
Grille and was commissioned to turn off and recover Mathis & # 39; Auto, a Rolls Royce.
Smith's lawyer Karri Mitchell spoke on behalf of his client
claims that Mathis was angry about how long it took him to bring his car
and cursed and spat on him.
"He got angry and started cursing and the last thing he did was spit on him. And he boasted about it after spitting on him. This is clear from the report of my client and several witnesses with whom I also spoke. "
denies the story and claims he did not spit at the man, and instead
had an oral exchange about why Smith took so long. He accuses the driver
40 minutes missing in the parking service, drive around in his vehicle,
and make a trip to the store. Mathis has made a video to tell his page
that there were about six witnesses who saw what happened and at some point
The son of the restaurant owner offered to address the problem. I said, "No. leave it
Come on, and that was the extent.
Smith called the Detroit Police Department to file a report
by phone and they are currently investigating. Per The
Detroit News Sergeant Nicole Kirkwood, confirmed that she was looking around
Complaint, but did not want to name names:
"For the time being, we received the report that the victim had operated valet parking at the time when the suspect allegedly spat on him. Apparently, the suspect was upset that the victim had his car keys, and the suspect allegedly spit at him. "
So far no charges have been brought against Mathis, and the police continue
to fix things.
Judge Mathis insists that this is only for money; Lawyer Wants DNA Test
During his video chat, Mathis hinted at the idea of Valet Parking trying to make it a case because he is a celebrity. Mathis says that Smith makes a "money robbery". As a counter-argument, Smith's lawyer dismisses Mathis's claim that the valet's actions had made him scream and lose control:
"What if it had taken 40 minutes, so what took 40 minutes? What if it took fifty minutes? That does not give anyone the right to spit on someone, be patient, you should have a judicial temper. "
Both, Mathis and Mitchell, know each other from legal circles and have none
happy relationship. A new report from
Six says Mitchell claims the judge spat in his client's face and
Shirt, and he plans to do a DNA test to test it.