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News Friday, saying, "Multiple witnesses to the incident have reported that two men assaulted Conor Kennedy after he rebuked them for directing a homophobic slur and threats to his close friend. Kennedy was cooperative, compliant and respectful towards the police from the moment they arrived on the scene.
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Officers said in a report that they saw Kennedy punch a man in the head four or five times.
Kennedy also allegedly struggled against an officer as he tried to restrain him before they fell into a snowbank.
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John Conor Kennedy, the grandson of Robert Kennedy, was allegedly involved in a scuffle outside the ritzy ski town's Bootsy Bellows nightclub at about a.m.
"Kennedy then said, ‘He called my friend the f-word.'"A municipal charge of disorderly conduct carries a possible penalty of up to a year in jail and up to ,650 fine.
Kennedy's attorneys, Matt Ferguson and Ryan Kalamaya, released a statement to E!
(Photo by Cindy Ord/Film Magic) In a statement citing "multiple witnesses," Kennedy's attorney placed the blame on the other men, at least two of whom he said attacked Kennedy after he "rebuked" them for their use of the homophobic slur."Kennedy and I fell back onto the snow bank on the south side of (Hyman Avenue) where Kennedy attempted to pull away from me and stand up," the officer wrote in his report."I held onto Kennedy's arms and rolled him over with assistance from a bystander on to his stomach."The report said Conor apologized to the officer.Authorities tell us the 22-year-old was arrested on local charges of disorderly conduct related to a fight."At about a.m.Aspen PD officers were dispatched to Bootsy Bellows…for a report of a person who was refusing to leave the premises," Aspen Assistant Chief Bill Linn said in a press release."While officers were on scene dealing with that situation, they witnessed a fight occurring on the street in front of the bar.