Taylor Swift’s ex and the grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, who likes to pass by Conor, was captured in Aspen taking after a battle outside a club. Powers let us know the 22-year-old was captured on nearby charges of scattered lead identified with a battle. “At around 1:40 a.m. Aspen PD officers were dispatched to Bootsy Bellows… for a report of a man who was declining to leave the premises,” Aspen Assistant Chief Bill Linn said in an official statement.
“While officers were on scene managing that circumstance, they saw a battle happening in the city before the bar. Officers attempted to isolate the two men, who were ‘moving around on the ground.'” The public statement keeps on expressing that Kennedy “fell into a snowbank” as the officer attempted to separate the battle. A spectator helped the officer in limiting Kennedy as he kept on battling.
Witnesses told officers that they saw “Kennedy tossing roughly four or five punches to the leader of the other party. Kennedy was accused of untidy lead and was issued a court summons for Feb. 22, 2017, at 9 a.m. He was discharged without bond.”
Kennedy apologized to the officer after he was captured, the report states (as per nearby reports). “Kennedy then said, ‘He called my companion the f-word.'” A metropolitan charge of scattered lead conveys a conceivable punishment of up to a year in prison and up to $2,650 fine.