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Published: Jan 10, 2013
Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain arrested for signature [VIDEO] F*** y'all
by Mike Baron

Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain arrested for signature [VIDEO] F*** y'all on citation, Oakland Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain, whose career has been mostly a major disappointment since he was the team's 2010 first-round pick, was pulled over and arrested for a signature he wrote on a ticket.

Police say McClain was pulled over in Decatur, Ala. because they suspected the tint on his car was too dark.

After they gave him the citation to him to sign, he wrote on it, F*** y'all, USA Today reported. He was then taken into custody for giving a false name to police.

When the officer asked McClain to sign his real name, the linebacker replied, "That is my name,” police spokesman Lt. John Crouch told the Decatur Daily.

This came after, according to the police information officer, McClain was asked for driver's license and proof of insurance and replied, “You know who I am.”

McClain told police he was allowed to have the illegal tint due to photosentivity issues, and showed a letter from a doctor. Police said it wasn't valid because the prescription form didn't back up his claims.

McClain, 23, was taken into custody at the Decatur City Jail on the misdemeanor and the window tint violation.

He posted a $1,000 cash bail and was released shortly after. He would later tell Decatur Daily,

“I’m falsely accused of everything. It’s corrupt. It’s terrible.”


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