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Suit Planned Against Player over Pro Bowl Week Incident
NFL wide receiver Marvin Harrison is being investigated by Honolulu police. He's expected to be named in a lawsuit for his alleged involvement in a scuffle in Waikiki.
The incident reportedly happened 3 days before the Pro Bowl and sent a 15-year-old boy to the hospital.
Harrison was reportedly asked for autographs by four teen-aged boys at the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
Two other men told the boys to leave Harrison alone.
According the boy's mothers, one of the men punched a 15-year-old in the jaw.
Harrison reportedly grabbed another boy by the neck.
The 15-year-old was taken to the hospital for injuries to his mouth.
The family's attorney says a civil lawsuit will be filed next week against Harrison and the other two.
"There is a video that shows this is the Hilton video, it's kind of blurry, but there are witnesses that know Marvin Harrison was involved," said plaintiff's attorney Michael Green.
Green says he does not know whether Harrison has a working or personal relationship with the other two men. The Colts would not comment on the incident.
Harrison did give a statement to police, but no charges have been filed.