Lockette Named With Kaepernick In Incident Report

Current Seattle Seahawks wide receiver and former Fort Valley State Wildcat Ricardo Lockette is one of three NFL players whose name appeared on suspicious incident report. Lockette, along with San Fransico’s Collin Kaepernick and Quinton Patton was listed in a report filed on April 3.

The victim, whose name is not listed in the report, claims she went to visit Lockette at his apartment. Here is her account.

They talked for a while and she mixed some drinks for all of them and gave them shots. Advised that they told her that in order to drink the shots she had to “hit” the bong which contained marijuana.

They sat down, talked, and watched the basketball game.
She started to feel light headed and went to a bedroom to lie down. [Redacted] took off her jacket and jewelry. Mr. Kaepernick came behind her into the bedroom and started kissing her. She advised they were kissing (mouth) and Mr. Kaepernick started to undressed [sic] her. She got completely naked. 

Mr. Kaepernick told her that he was going to be right back and left the bedroom. They did not have sex. [Redacted] advised that she was in bed naked and Mr. Patton and Mr. Lockette opened the door and “peeked” inside. She told them “what are you doing? Where is Colin?”; “get out!” They closed the door and left. 

She cannot remember anything after that.


[Redacted] woke up in a hospital bed and doesn’t remember how she got there or who transported her to the hospital. [Redacted] advised that she has had a sexual relationship with Mr. Kaepernick in the past.

So far, no charges have been filed. The full report is available here.

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