'Deadliest Catch' star arrested after alleged assault

'Deadliest Catch' star arrested after alleged assault

'Deadliest Catch' star arrested after alleged assault

The Northwestern captain was arrested in Shoreline hours after a closing-time fight in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood, Seattle police said. He resisted at first but then relented and was taken to jail.

According to Kiro 7, the star of the Discovery Channel show Deadliest Catch has been arrested for assault and property destruction. According to TMZ, Hansen, who has offered to pay for damages (though he still maintains his innocence), will be released on $2,000 bail. "This meant if he continued the trip, he would not be paid". According to the driver, Hansen at one point kicked his vehicle, denting it, and spat at him. The police noted that the Seattle native was "obviously intoxicated" when they arrived at his home.

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"I explained we were here to hear his side of the story", Heller reported. As Hansen told the police, he was likely buzzed because he had been celebrating Norwegian Independence Day. However, he later told officers that his son-in-law offered the driver $100 for the ride, and that he thought the driver was stupid for not accepting it. Hansen still denies spitting on the Uber driver, however, he has offered to pay for the damages done to the auto.

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Melissa Eckstrom, now a 28-year-old attorney in Seattle, says she retains memories of her father, Hansen, sexually assaulting her in 1990 when she was about 2 years old.

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