Former New York Knick, Charles Oakley was thrown out of Madison Square Garden last night a the Knick-Clipper game after “being disruptive” to the team owner. Oakley claims he had been at the game only four minutes with a few friends to enjoy the game when some men asked why they were sitting in the seats. “I was there for four minutes,” Oakley said late Wednesday night. “I didn’t say anything to him. I swear on my mother. They came over and wanted to know why I was sitting there. I bought the ticket. I said why do you guys keep staring at me. Then they asked me to leave. And I said I’m not leaving.” Oakley would be charged with three counts of assault, and criminal trespassing per the New York Police Department.
Find out what Oakley had to say after the incident HERE