SEATTLE — The Sandusky Register in Ohio on Tuesday posted online the dash-cam video of police interviewing Frank Clark on the night of his arrest last November for alleged domestic violence.
After his arrest, the defensive end was kicked off the University of Michigan football team.
Clark has denied hitting his then-girlfriend at the Maui Sands hotel in Sandusky.
In the video, Clark can be heard saying, “You can look at everything on my face. You can look at anything on her face. I didn’t do s— to her. I didn’t touch that woman. Look at me. I’m a big guy. Do you think I will let somebody break my nose?”
The prosecutor later dropped the domestic violence charge to a misdemeanor of disorderly conduct, to which Clark pleaded guilty.
The Seahawks drafted Clark in the second round of the NFL Draft on May 1, saying they had investigated the case and decided Clark had not struck his then-girlfriend even though other witnesses at the hotel said he did.
The Sandusky Register said on its website it had obtained the video through a public records request. The video, which includes a brief interview of the hotel manager by police, is below:
Warning: The video contains some profanity