Arrested a fan of the Raptors for insulting Curry's wife

It happened during an interview with the Canadian network CP24 after finishing the second game of the finals in Toronto. The defendant will appear in court on Tuesday.


A Raptors fan has been arrested after making vulgar comments about Ayesha Curry, wife of Warriors star Stephen Curry, during a live interview with Canadian channel CP24. The event occurred in the vicinity of the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto after finishing the second duel of the finals, which won the California franchise (104-109) .

According to the police, Tristan Warkentin, name of this amateur 28 years, acudió to the police station on Thursday and is accused of having made a vexatious and offensive statements, damaging the image of a person through a means of communication. The video of the interview, in which refers to a sexual assault mentioning the woman of Curry, quickly emerged on social networks.

. Later Warkentin showed his regret in another interview with the Toronto Sun media, although he tried to justify himself. "What I did was shameful, it was a situation influenced by alcohol" . They also asked him if he was willing to apologize to Kelly Linehan, a reporter who did the initial interview. "I would like to get in touch with Mr. and Mrs. Curry, I really believe that it is they who I owe the apology to, and maybe Toronto," the fan concluded, which on next Tuesday, June 11, will have to appear at the Court.



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