A former NFL player allegedly created a fake hate crime at his Georgia business in which he claimed burglars spray painted racial slurs, swastikas and “MAGA” at his bakery.
Edawn Louis Coughman, 31, was arrested Thursday on charges of filing a false report of a crime, insurance fraud, and concealing a license plate after he told police a burglar was responsible for spray painting racist language and imagery on the walls of his bakery, according to Gwinett County Police.
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“It appears as though Edawn conjured a premeditated plan to damage his own property, attempt to make it appear as a hate crime, file a claim with his insurance company, and sell off the undamaged appliances and electronics,” police said.
Photos taken by police at the scene show spray painted words and images, including the n-word, a swastika and “MAGA” — an abbreviated version of President Donald Trump’s campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again.”
Former NFL player allegedly created a fake hate crime in which he claimed burglars spray painted racial slurs, swastikas and “MAGA” at his bakery, police say. https://t.co/XkWpBtn73O
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