Good Day for Jason Peters

Remember his Fast and Furious episode (minus the beautiful Jordanna Brewster)? That’s all taken care of now.

So $650 saved him from being Public Enemy No. 1. I don’t mean to make light of what he did, but there seemed to be a bit of an overreaction to him “fleeing the police”.

All’s well that ends well.

The really good news is that Peters won his lawsuit from last year’s re-injury in the Roll-A-Bout. Dan Graziano has the details. Peters got $2M in the lawsuit.

Pretty good day. I’m excited to find a dime in the couch. Winning a major lawsuit and getting out of trouble is better than anything I’ve had in a while. Consider me officially jealous.

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4 Responses to Good Day for Jason Peters

  1. SteveH says:

    My godfather is an engineer who works as a hired consultant on cases that involve suspected engineering defects and he was actually hired to investigate Peters’ roll-a-bout case. He couldn’t tell me much about it when we were discussing it earlier this year but now that the case is over maybe I can get some details.

  2. Dan in Philly says:

    I suspect your comment on the htoh show was correct, and the police officer was just pissed at JP. Don’t know.the details, though.

  3. Arby says:

    Perhaps lightning wasn’t the only thing greased in Louisiana.

  4. RogerPodacter says:

    i read elsewhere that this was a case of the police going too far with their charges. apparently, he just had an illegal aftermarket muffler on his car.

    if thats the case, it was probably the kind that makes your car super loud when accelerating at any pace. so, he could have been driving like normal… a cop hears the noise from his car and naturally assumes he was racing because of the noise.

    a similar thing happened to a friend of mine when he got pulled over driving the speed limit with no other cars around for him to possibly be racing. the first thing the cop asks is “who were you racing?” lol

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