Up until Sunday’s Oscars, Will Smith seemed like a pretty straight-up guy. He was married and had children, worked hard and achieved a lot of success. But before “Hollywood”, he wasn’t always Mr.
In fact, MTO News confirmed that Philly Will was involved in a brutal attack in his hometown of Philadelphia that left a man almost blind in 1989 and now, nearly 25 years later, new details are being revealed. be revealed.
According to police, Will had a verbal argument with record promoter William Hendricks that led to Will allegedly ordered his bodyguard, Charles “Charlie Mack” Alston to attack him.
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According to the manufacturer, he broke his left eye orbit and had to be hospitalized with 6 stitches.
Will, who won his first Grammy just days before the alleged assault, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, simple assault and conspiracy to commit a crime. offense.
Fortunately for Will, the charges were later dropped.
“Will spent a night in a cell at the West Philadelphia police station with other inmates waking him up all night and asking for his autograph,” an insider told the National Enquirer of his time in prison. by Will. “It was the worst night of his life. He wants to forget it ever happened.”
In a 2005 interview, Will opened up about the assault, saying, “It wasn’t my fault. That’s what they say! But that’s not my fault. This is back in Philly. One of my friends hit this guy, and there I was. It’s my story and I’m sticking with it.”
By adding in the last sentence, it seems that Will is really talking about that life. . .