Whitner Says Videotape Proves Innocence

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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - Buffalo Bills defensive back Donte Whitner says he has videotaped evidence showing he did nothing wrong during an altercation with police outside a Cleveland nightclub.

Speaking after a voluntary practice Monday, Whitner added he is confident charges against him could be dropped as early as Tuesday,
when he is scheduled to appear in Cleveland Municipal Court.

"I can assure everyone that I didn't do anything wrong," Whitner said. He added his attorney has received a videotape of what happened when police used a stun gun and handcuffed Whitner after he tried to force his way past officers trying to control a crowd outside a nightclub on April 11.

Whitner was charged with aggravated disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.