Kobe Bryant was accused of the persecution against Thomas Hagos

Kobe Bryant
Kobe Bryant

This time San Diego Police Department does not check for the Los Angeles Lakers player, Kobe Bryant, on charges of abuse to the victim, Thomas Hagos, agreed to speak to the police.

Kobe Bryant was accused of the persecution against Thomas Hagos in a church in San Diego, California, Tuesday, August 16, 2011. The incident began when a young man, Thomas Hagos (20), holding a mobile phone near Bryant in the church.

Kobe Bryant was angry because he thought Thomas Hagos was taking pictures of himself using a mobile phone. 32-year shooting guard, stole a mobile phone with a rough Hagos. After learning there was no picture of him on mobile phone Hagos, Bryant was back.

Thomas Hagos then reported the incident to the San Diego Police Department after the earlier to the hospital because of his experience pain from the grip of Kobe Bryant. However, until now the San Diego Police Department has not planned to check out Bryant for the incident.

Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, August 17, 2011 local time, launch a new San Diego Police Department will check for Kobe Bryant after receiving complete information from Thomas Hagos. Meanwhile, through its representative, Hagos new information will be given after 24 August.

Meanwhile Kobe Bryant, through his legal counsel, Mark Campbell, ready to undergo the examination. "Mr. Bryant aware of the accusations directed at him, and ready to defend," said Campbell.