KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A trial has begun over a Kansas City man’s claims that he was attacked during a Chiefs game because of lacking security.
The Chiefs deny the claims and are fighting them during the civil trial this week.
Adrien Caye’s lawyers say he was at an October 2013 game at Arrowhead Stadium when a man in front of him started fighting.
Caye’s attorney, Ken McClain, said that the other man sent Caye flying down 20 concrete stairs before punching him several times. The man has been dismissed from the lawsuit.
Caye says security wasn’t there to help.
A Chiefs’ attorney told jurors that the team has hundreds of off-duty police and private security guards at home games and fans can easily get help.