Porsha Williams Baby Daddy Dennis McKinley Handcuffed

Porsha Williams‘ baby daddy Dennis McKinley has claimed that a cop roughly handcuffed and injured him after he was “falsely accused” of stealing a $4 sandwich.

Dennis, who has faced cheating rumors that have wrecked his relationship with The Real Housewives of Atlanta star, told his bizarre story with a video and photos on Instagram.

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Yesterday I was accosted by a super aggressive Emory police officer #BethWalsh badge #215 who racially profiled me and falsely accused me of stealing a $4 sandwich. I had a receipt which could have easily ended her inquiry. There was a cashier that could have easily verified that I paid for everything I had. There were a number of easy resolutions that could have deescalated the unnecessary racial profiling and my detention by this officer. Instead, this Emory police officer chose to abuse her power. She chose aggression over common sense. She put her hands on her weapon, she put her hands on me, she publicly humiliated me, falsely and wrongfully accused me of stealing a sandwich and placed me in handcuffs so tight that she caused injuries to both of my wrists. I was profiled. She was wrong. No apology. Just more vitriol – she blamed me for the entire situation. It was disgusting. I could have been the next hashtag because she was that aggressive. I went to see my doctor for a routine dr visit at @emoryhealthcare Emory hospital. Stopped to grab a sandwich. And this is what happened. It happens to us everywhere, at any time, for any reason. I can’t let this go. This is not ok. I’ve retained counsel @miketsterling and @dreyer_sterling_llc. Now, we can add going to the doctor or buying a sandwhich while black to the list of things we cannot do. @emoryuniversity @emoryhealthcare @emorypolice #goingtothedoctorwhileblack #buyingasandwhichwhileblack #racialprofiling #sallysandwich

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Yesterday I was accosted by a super aggressive Emory police officer #BethWalsh badge #215 who racially profiled me and falsely accused me of stealing a $4 sandwich. I had a receipt which could have easily ended her inquiry. There was a cashier that could have easily verified that I paid for everything I had. There were a number of easy resolutions that could have deescalated the unnecessary racial profiling and my detention by this officer. Instead, this Emory police officer chose to abuse her power. She chose aggression over common sense. She put her hands on her weapon, she put her hands on me, she publicly humiliated me, falsely and wrongfully accused me of stealing a sandwich and placed me in handcuffs so tight that she caused injuries to both of my wrists. I was profiled. She was wrong. No apology. Just more vitriol – she blamed me for the entire situation. It was disgusting. I could have been the next hashtag because she was that aggressive. I went to see my doctor for a routine dr visit at @emoryhealthcare Emory hospital. Stopped to grab a sandwich. And this is what happened. It happens to us everywhere, at any time, for any reason. I can’t let this go. This is not ok. I’ve retained counsel @miketsterling and @dreyer_sterling_llc. Now, we can add going to the doctor or buying a sandwhich while black to the list of things we cannot do. @emoryuniversity @emoryhealthcare @emorypolice #goingtothedoctorwhileblack #buyingasandwhichwhileblack #racialprofiling #sallysandwich

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“Yesterday I was accosted by a super aggressive Emory police officer,” he wrote on Saturday, July 27, giving the officer’s name and badge number.

Dennis claimed she “racially profiled me and falsely accused me of stealing a $4 sandwich. I had a receipt which could have easily ended her inquiry. There was a cashier that could have easily verified that I paid for everything I had. There were a number of easy resolutions that could have deescalated the unnecessary racial profiling and my detention by this officer.”

According to Dennis’ post, instead, “She chose to abuse her power. She chose aggression over common sense.

“She put her hands on her weapon, she put her hands on me, she publicly humiliated me, falsely and wrongfully accused me of stealing a sandwich and placed me in handcuffs so tight that she caused injuries to both of my wrists.”

Dennis provided photos of his allegedly injured wrists so his followers could see the damage.

Among other things, he added in his post that the female officer “was wrong. No apology. Just more vitriol—she blamed me for the entire situation. It was disgusting.”

The father of Porsha’s child wrote, “I can’t let this go. This is not ok. I’ve retained counsel” for apparent legal action.

Radar has contacted the Emory Police Department for comment and is awaiting a response.

As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Porsha and Dennis’ relationship recently turned ice cold after infidelity rumors surfaced against him.

But Dennis told Us Weekly, “These false and slanderous allegations against me are made solely to damage my reputation, jeopardize my ongoing businesses, and negatively impact my family.”

Dennis claimed he plans to take legal action against those who claimed he cheated on the Bravo beauty.

However, Porsha has shut Dennis out of her life, a Radar source claimed.

She posted a simple “Happy 39th Dennis,” message on her Instagram page recently, but she didn’t tag him and doesn’t follow him any longer.

“They don’t really spend any time together except when they are co-parenting,” a source told Radar about the parents of 4-month-old Pilar Jhena.

The couple called off their engagement in the early summer, and Porsha stopped wearing her massive $750,000 diamond engagement ring.

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