University of Arizona running back Ka’Deem Carey seems to be an upstanding citizen who is being picked on by society. He was removed from last week’s Arizona-UCLA game after a verbal confrontation with a cop, according to the Arizona Daily Wildcat. Then there was the domestic violence charge in early January.
The guy has had a bad month. When Carey goes to a basketball game and runs into trouble, it might be time to take a nice walk away from other humans.
Arizona running back Ka’Deem Carey was removed from Thursday’s basketball game against UCLA in McKale Center after a verbal confrontation with event staff and police, according to a campus police report.
He and his cousin, Hakeem Adams-Johnson, were “double seated and sitting on the backs of the chairs.” Frank Duarte, a UA Athletics event staff member, initially asked Adams-Johnson and Carey to leave, according to the report.
Duarte asked them to move on “four occasions.” After Carey ignored him, a University of Arizona Police Department officer asked Carey to move and he complied.
When the officer asked both of them for their tickets, Carey responded, “Get the fuck out of my face.” He then asked, “Do you know who I am? I’m an All-American.”
Yep, this Carey cat is crazy talented. He only had 1,929 yards rushing and 303 receiving. And he’s a junior. We would love to hear what Carey has to say, but he has locked his Twitter account.
So we went looking through his Instagram account. Still efforting who the chick is, but you can be sure she knows Carey is an All-American.