In a dramatic twist that has captivated the public’s attention, recently released court documents have shed light on the deeply troubling accusations made against Jackson Mahomes, the younger brother of renowned Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. The incident in question unfolded at a local restaurant in Overland Park, Kansas, back in February, and the revelations are both startling and distressing.
The court document unveils the initial response from authorities who were summoned to the scene on February 25th following a call from a man alleging that Jackson Mahomes had forcibly pushed his son, an employee at Aspens Restaurant. The employee’s account states that Mahomes had resorted to aggression when the employee tried to retrieve his water bottle from the establishment’s office.
Seeking to make amends, Mahomes reportedly approached the employee later, as captured by surveillance cameras, to offer an apology. However, it was during the subsequent investigation, when law enforcement interviewed the restaurant owner, that the situation took an even more disconcerting turn.
According to the owner’s disturbing testimony, Mahomes requested a private conversation, and the two retreated to the restaurant’s office. Shockingly, she alleged that once inside, Mahomes forcefully grabbed her by the throat, tilted her head back, and forcefully kissed her three times against her will.
The woman asserted that she unequivocally did not consent to the distressing encounter and promptly pushed Mahomes away. Allegedly, Mahomes warned her against disclosing the incident to anyone. To corroborate her testimony, the woman confided in two servers who witnessed visible injuries on her neck, further substantiating her claims, as outlined in the court document.
At a later time, Mahomes purportedly returned to the office, attempting to make empty promises to benefit the woman’s business. He adamantly refused to leave until she reluctantly granted him a hug. Feeling distraught, she shared the incident with her boyfriend, who promptly took action by ejecting Mahomes and his entourage from the premises, as stated in the accompanying affidavit.
On the upcoming day in court, Mahomes is slated to appear for a bond modification hearing, seeking permission to communicate with witnesses related to the case while respecting the limitations on discussing the charges.
Last week, formal charges were filed against the 22-year-old, including three counts of aggravated sexual battery and one count of battery in Johnson County, Kansas. Mahomes, having posted a $100,000 bond, was bound by the conditions of his release, which prohibited him and his attorney from publicly addressing the case.
From the onset, Mahomes’ legal representative has steadfastly denied the allegations, asserting his innocence even before formal charges were laid.
“Jackson has done nothing wrong,” emphasized Mahomes’ attorney, Davies, in a statement to the Kansas City Star. “Our extensive investigation has uncovered compelling evidence that refutes the claims made by Jackson’s accuser, supported by multiple witness statements. We have proactively shared our findings with law enforcement to ensure a comprehensive understanding of the matter.”