WNBA players brawl outside a food truck in Atlanta

Source: Screenshot from Twitter video below

The WNBA’s Atlanta Dream team is the subject of a catfight that took place outside a Terminus club- one so bad, the team’s leadership had to get involved.

Renee Montgomery, co-owner of the Atlanta Dream, was recently forced to comment on the incident, which took place in May.

This is a tough situation for everyone involved. No one feels good or happy about what transpired,” said Montgomery, who was interviewed on Wednesday.

Earlier this week, footage emerged of Dream teammates Courtney Williams and Crystal Bradford entering a melee with others near a food truck.

“We saw a clip in May that was 10 to 15 seconds long, with no context,” Montgomery told ESPN. “And coach [Mike] Petersen, he talked to the players involved, and they told us that, they assured us that it was in self-defense. So we wanted to believe our players. And so, we chose to believe our players, and ultimately didn’t have any disciplinary actions.”

According to the New York Post, Williams shared an apology on Twitter.

“I would never want to represent myself or the organization in a negative way,” she tweeted Monday. “I’m learning everyday so I ask for grace as I’m growing. Again I apologize to all attached, and I will be better moving forward.”

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