Listen: Referee who told wrestler to cut dreadlocks claims defamation
"Seven south jersey, high school wrestling referee, who is at the center of a controversy involving a wrestler's dreadlocks is preparing to file a lawsuit. Here's WCBS reporter, Steve burns character defamation emotional distress a hundred thousand dollars loss in income. That's what south jersey high school wrestling referee al-din baloney says he's been subject to ever since a ruling he made went viral last December eight till a high wrestler, Andrew Johnson, either cut his dreadlocks or forfeit his match Johnson complied and went onto win Maloney's naming twelve possible defendants in his court filing. Including officials at the school end in the school district and the state's high school sports governing body bolognaise filing. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer claims he properly performed his duties as the referee and fairly applied the rules baloney hasn't officiated any matches since the incident it's still being investigated by New Jersey's Interscholastic Athletic Association, and the state attorney general's"