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Members of Dog the Bounty Hunter's security team knock a man unconscious

Several bodyguards of Duane Chapman, Dog the Bounty Hunter from the hit show, "Dog and Beth: On the Hunt, knocked Ryan Reeds unconscious at the Flashback nightclub in Mobile, Alabama according to Radar Online, March 31, 2014.

LAS VEGAS, NV - APRIL 07: TV personality Duane 'Dog' Chapman arrives at the 48th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 7, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (
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Officer Perkins told Radar Online that Ryan claimed members of Dog's security staff assaulted him. However, when Officer Perkins questioned witnesses, they said that Ryan was asked to leave the establishment several times. The witnesses claim Ryan was a jerk the entire night.

Ryan’s story is completely different. He alleges that Dog the Bounty Hunter came in while they were all on stage dancing and Dog told them, “To get the f**k up."

Ryan continues, "They had already had a table in front of the stage reserved but he told us we had to move. We were upset. I went to go and talk to Dog, and his bodyguards came up and the bouncers of the bar had us all escorted outside. When we told the owner of the bar what happened, he invited us back in and offered to pay for all our drinks.”

Instead of going home, Ryan went back into the club. An hour later, he said that he needed to use the restroom, but he had to walk past Dog’s table in order to get there. He maintains that he didn’t say anything to Dog or his group until two of Dog’s bodyguards stood up and confronted him.

Ryan said, "I walked by and told them I was going to bathroom, but the bodyguard just cold punched me from the side." Friends told Ryan that he was knocked unconscious for five minutes.

‘I then remember waking up at my parent’s home with the cops. I do not remember going to the car or how I got home. My cheek is swollen and my shoulder is sore from when I fell. I cannot put any weight on my body. A bodyguard told my mom to ‘shut up b*tch.’ They were out of line. I want people to know how bad Dog and his people are. Dog was laughing at the fact that one of his people knocked me out. The bodyguard needs to come forward and take responsibility.”

The incident happened on Saturday night around 11:15 p.m. According to Officer Perkins, no one's been arrested and the case is still open. “Based in what the many witnesses have to say, it is doubtful a warrant is forthcoming.”

Perhaps Dog’s bodyguard had a bad day in keeping Dog safe as he chased criminals. There are always two sides of the story. Which side do you believe and why?

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