https://theaddictionscoach.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/logo-tac-cali.png 0 0 Cali Estes https://theaddictionscoach.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/logo-tac-cali.png Cali Estes2016-01-27 10:46:472016-01-27 10:46:47NFL Sober Coach: Ex Star Quarterback Arrested AGAIN for DUI
Ex Star QB Vince Young was arrested again for Driving Under the Influence.
Former Tennessee Titans and Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Vince Young was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated in Austin early Monday morning, USA TODAY Sports confirmed.
Young’s 2016 Chevrolet Silverado was stopped after an Austin police officer observed his SUV change lanes without a turn signal, speed and drift within lanes, according to the police report obtained by USA TODAY Sports. Young was eventually stopped in a parking lot where, according to the officer, Young showed several signs of being intoxicated, including slurred speech, glassy eyes, a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage, unusual laughing and swaying as he walked. The officer wrote that Young was both “uncooperative” and “polite.”
Young was charged with a single misdemeanor DWI count and was transported to Travis County Jail. He posted a $2,000 bond and was released Monday morning.
This is just one of a few incidents recently where Young has seemed to be under the influence of something that has seemed to contribute to trouble. A year ago, Vince Young (the real one) landed himself in some legal trouble when he got into an altercation with a manager at a Dallas strip club. Allegedly, the man, Creiton Kinchen, flashed Young an upside-down Hook ‘Em Horns sign, something that pissed off the former Texas star.
But there’s more. Recently, the man’s lawyer wrote the following in a lawsuit filed at the Dallas County courthouse. Creiton was working minding his own business in the “cage” area dealing with an employee on credit card issues, when suddenly and without provocation, an intoxicated Vince Young began cursing and making derogatory remarks to Creiton because Creiton refused to sell Vince Young $8,000 (Eight thousand dollars) in $1.00 (One dollar denominations) using Vince Young’s credit card.
It was Vince Young’s intention to use the $1.00 bills to tip and throw money at the dancers who would entertain him and his party that evening. 8,000 individual paper missiles to hurl at the Texas beauties.
This is Vince Young’s life. These are just two examples of a young, talented athlete who is thrown millions of dollars at a very young age with no guidance, plan or when needed, supervision. Vince Young is a prime example of someone who needs professional guidance like we offer here at Top Rated Addiction Recovery and Sober Coaching Services . Young needs to acknowledge this before the next time he decides to drink before driving ends much worse for him……or someone else.