Richie Incogntio, the Miami Dolphins lineman with a history of drug abuse and troubling incidents on and off the field, had a police report filed against him in 2012 for touching the private parts of a female with golf club and rubbing his privates against the woman’s butt.
The incident reportedly occurred at a charity golf tournament.
According to the report filed in Aventura, Fla., Incognito harassed a 34-year-old female volunteer at the team’s annual “Fins Weekend Golf Tournament.” The tournament was held on May 18, 2012, at the Turnberry Resort and Club in Aventura.
The woman was working as a hole monitor at the event and, according to the police report, while she was performing her duties, Incognito approached her and rubbed his golf club against her private area. According to the accuser, Incognito had been drinking and was acting inappropriately.
Eventually, Incognito rubbed against her butt with his privates and began saying, “Let it rain. Let it rain.” After that, Incognito emptied a bottled water on her face.
The woman said she “notified her supervisor, who notified Dolphins security.” In addition, though there were several witnesses, “none of them offered to help. However, former Dolphins receiver Nat Moore — who didn’t witness the incident — did apologize to the woman after he heard about what happened.” She “eventually filed a police report because she was under the belief that nothing was being done. The woman wanted an apology from Incognito, but she never received one.”