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The man is accused of attacking Andy Dick, ” said the comedian, took his body before he was “cold-cocked” outside a New Orleans nightclub, according to a new report.
Defendant, David Hale claimed that he struck Timothy, 53, in retaliation for the alleged groping incident, a law enforcement source reportedly told the New Orleans Advocate.
Bob said when he looked at Dick’s stand-up comedy performance on Saturday, he said goodbye to Dick, who then “picked up Bob’ s private parts,” and is attracted to him, according to the report. Hale told investigators he was so angry that he slammed the comedian with the confrontation, captured on surveillance video. He is now faced with a battery of counts, so in this case.
ANDY DICK’S ALLEGED ATTACKER HAS BEEN ARRESTED BY THE NEW ORLEANS POLICE DEPARTMENT
From left to right, are: David Hale, and comedian Andy Dick (Picture: OPSO/Dan Steinberg/Invision/AP, File)
As a sales representative, Dick told the Lawyer that Hale’s version of events has repeatedly changed and maintained in the non-provoked attack.
“Bob, you do not have a right of recovery,” the rep said. “He was telling different stories to tell.”
Robert Couvillion, Dick’s booking agent, told the New Orleans’ FOX 8 that his client was “cold-cocked” out of the bar, and slammed into the concrete and was knocked out for 15 minutes. Dick was admitted to the hospital for a few days before heading back to Los Angeles on Monday.
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“We thought he was dead. Then, when he did get up, he thought he was in L. A. He was, his eyes swam in his head, and it was really, really bad,” Couvillion said.
Following Hale’s assertion, the New Orleans police department will reportedly investigate whether Dick may have committed a crime. However, the police have not accused the comedian of any wrongdoing.
Fox News’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.