Fan hit by Bobby Wagner at MNF to take legal action against Rams

The game that closed the activities of week 4 had the Rams and 49ers as protagonists. In sports, San Francisco took a comfortable lead over the reigning NFL champions (24-9) and Bobby Wagner attracted the spotlight after tackling a spontaneous, a situation that can cause problems.

According to information from TMZ, the fan who entered the grid prior to the break of the match held at Levi’s Stadium filed a complaint with the Santa Clara Police Department after being brought down by Wagner and defensive end Takkarist McKinley.

The Direct Action Everywhere initiative, organization that was responsible for the invasion of the field of play, through a representative, indicated that took legal action because there was a “flagrant assault” by the Rams players.

Likewise, TMZ explained that a second spontaneous tried to enter the grid. However, the woman was detained by security before invading the land.

Wagner is justified

While the first legal actions have been taken against the Rams, Wagner explained that he decided to act against the activist as a security measure; He added that he did not know if it was just a protest or something else.

“That wasn’t making a play. It was about safety. You don’t know what the fan has or what he will do. You see it all the time, we don’t know what they have in their pockets”, he explained to ESPN. “One of the guys on the other end seemed hurt, security seemed to have issues, so I got frustrated and pulled him out.”

For now, Wagner has not been arrested or face charges.

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