Odell Beckham Jr.’s lawyer issues statement regarding airplane incident

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Free-agent receiver Odell Beckham Jr. has a way of breaking news, even when he's not trying. He apparently did not try to make news on Sunday morning. He did it anyway.
He was forced off a Miami-L.A. flight, allegedly after refusing to put on his seat belt. Miami-Dade Police issued a statement on the situation. Beckham's future Daniel Davilier has issued a statement on Beckham's behalf.
"Earlier this morning, Odell Beckham Jr. boarded a morning flight from Miami with no problems," the statement said. “The flight was delayed after boarding and before takeoff. Mr. Beckham fell asleep with his blanket over his head, which is his usual practice on long flights. He was woken up and told that the plane was back at the gate and that he had to get off because he had not fastened his seat belt when told to do so. He replied that he was sleeping and that he would buckle up at that point. He was told it was too late and that either he had to get off or everyone had to get off.
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“The overzealous flight attendant insisted on removing everyone from the plane rather than simply allowing Mr Beckham to buckle up and continue the flight. Mr. Beckham was never disruptive or combative. He was willing to comply with the seatbelt requirement, but the flight attendant wanted to show he had the authority to have Mr Beckham removed from the flight. The airline shipped Mr. Beckham's luggage to Los Angeles without him.
"This incident was unnecessary. Sleeping on an airplane should not be a reason for being removed from a flight. If they could wake him up when the flight returned to the gate, they could have done the same to ask him to put his seat belt on.”
Beckham does not have to press charges. However, given the negative implications of the airline's version, he has every right to offer his opinion on the events.
The situation unfolded on an American Airlines flight. He'll likely consider taking Delta when he begins his free-agent tour later this week.
Odell Beckham Jr.'s attorney makes a statement about a plane crash that originally appeared on Pro Football Talk

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