Pay per Head Sportsbooks: 911 tapes released on Kaepernick investigation

Colin Kaepernick,Pay per head sportsbooks were shocked to learn that a naked woman who said that she was “Jesus” is the focus of two emergency calls that were made on April 1, according to 911 tapes released on Tuesday in an investigation involving Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco 49ers quarterback.

The men who made both calls were not identified by police. Pay per head sportsbooks learned that in the first call, a man said that he was hotel security. He said that there was a woman in the hotel room who didn’t want to leave.

“She said her name was Jesus, and she don’t have no clothes on,” he told the 911 operator.

The 911 operator asked who she was visiting, and the guard said: “She’s visiting this gentleman here.”

Another male made the second call. Price per head services found out that he asked for police to come to the room because he said that the woman was lying in bed and that she wouldn’t leave until a friend of his showed up.

“There’s a young lady in my friend’s bed,” the caller says. “She says she’s not leaving until she sees him … No, no, he’s not her boyfriend. He’s someone she wants to sleep with.”

Pay per head sportsbooks learned that two days after the 911 calls were made, on April 3, an unidentified woman went to Miami police headquarters saying that she was partying with 49ers receiver Quinton Patton, Seattle Seahawks receiver Ricardo Lockette, and Kaepernick. She said that she passed out and didn’t remember anything else until she woke up in the hospital.

Police said that it was a “suspicious incident.” They did not call it a criminal investigation. Miami police said last week that they had no new updates or a timeline for updates.

The quarterback defended himself on Twitter shortly after the incident was reported. Last week, he told nearly 1,000 people at a city event in his hometown of Turlock, California, that the investigation changed his way of thinking and that he appreciated people backing him up.

And pay per head sportsbooks saw that on April 25, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh staunchly defended Kaepernick.

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“I’ve seen one side reported. I’ve heard the other side and feel very good there’ll be a good resolution, and hopefully a just one, too,” Harbaugh said. “I hate to see his reputation be the victim.”