famous or not ....you just cannot grab a girls ass they do not like it .....looks like he might de doing bloodfarts .......or holes in one in prison ....his career is gone .......
Details on arrest of Robert Gamez emerge; three-time PGA Tour winner said he ‘does not remember anything’
Details surrounding the arrest of three-time PGA Tour winner Robert Gamez were released Tuesday.
Gamez, 54, was allegedly seen touching the buttocks of an unidentified female victim late Saturday evening at a pool party in the 5600 block of Masters Boulevard, located in the Bay Hill neighborhood. When officers arrived on the scene, Gamez was lying on a medical stretcher after being grabbed around the neck by a male who witnessed the alleged incident. Gamez allegedly fell to the ground and was admitted to Dr. Phillips Hospital, according to an incident report from the Orange County Corrections Office.
Earlier in the evening, Gamez was allegedly in the pool when he “reached up from the pool and grabbed” the victim’s top, which resulted in exposure. Gamez allegedly asked the victim to join him in the pool “and began making kissing faces,” the report stated.
The victim confirmed to officers that she was not related to Gamez or in a relationship with the professional golfer.
Law enforcement questioned Gamez, who was intoxicated, according to the report. Gamez stated that he “does not remember anything.”
Gamez was released from the hospital early Sunday and arrested on misdemeanor battery charges.
Bay Hill is also where Gamez achieved one of his greatest achievements on the PGA Tour. At the 1990 Nestle Invitational (now the Arnold Palmer Invitational), Gamez holed a 7-iron for eagle on the 72nd hole at Bay Hill to defeat Greg Norman by one shot. A plaque commemorates the achievement on the 18th fairway. Gamez also won the Northern Telecom Tucson Open earlier in 1990 and waited another 15 years to win his third event at the 2005 Vale
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