Sheriffs admit Raptors exec Masai Ujiri showed ID before Oracle Arena incident

TORONTO ON JUNE 17- Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry as the Toronto Raptors hold their victory parade after beating the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals

TORONTO ON JUNE 17- Toronto Raptors guard Kyle Lowry as the Toronto Raptors hold their victory parade after beating the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals

An attorney for a deputy involved in an altercation with Toronto Raptors President Masai Ujiri as he tried to join his team on the court to celebrate their National Basketball Association championship said his client suffered a concussion and is on medical leave. Sheriff's Office spokesperson Sgt.

The deputy's claims have been met with backlash in the days since the Raptors' Game 6 win.

Ben Baller, a celebrity jeweler and entrepreneur, said he heard the officer ask for Ujiri's credentials, and although the Raptors executive provided some, the officer deemed it wasn't enough to let him pass because he didn't have the specific credentials required to get on the court.

While Ujiri is back in Toronto, the authorities are considering their options now.

Contrary to initial reports, the police confirmed that the video under investigation is not a body cam from the deputy but instead footage from Oracle Arena.

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As for when charges might be laid, Kelly said investigators are continuing to build their case. A district attorney is now pursuing misdemeanour battery of a police officer charges against Ujiri. Yet, there is other video from fans, which have been posted on social media.

So, why hasn't the body cam footage been released publicly?

Everyone knows what happened, a testosterone filled cop decided that a black man could never be in a position of power tried to top Masai Ujiri from getting on the court.

Video outside the Raptors dressing room shows Ujiri clutching a lanyard of credentials in his right hand as he embraces team travel director Kevin DiPietro before heading towards the court. Greg Wiener, a Warriors season ticket-holder, told Global News that he personally witnessed Ujiri's altercation with the officer.

While requests for an interview with Mastagni's law firm went unanswered, he told San Francisco's KPIX 5 the deputy - a 20-year veteran of the force whose name hasn't been released - suffered a serious jaw injury and concussion and requires time off to recover.

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