One of the there men that were acquitted for allegedly stabbing Steelers offensive lineman Mike Adams is now suing him, according to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Pittsburgh Steelers lineman Mike Adams made conflicting statements that he knew were untrue about the night he was stabbed in the South Side, one of three men acquitted in the case says in a civil lawsuit filed Tuesday.
Dquay Means, 26, of Hazelwood claims Adams caused his malicious prosecution, false arrest and imprisonment, intentionally inflicted emotional stress and defamed him. Adams accused Means of being one of three men who stabbed and attempted to carjack him outside Cambod-Ican Kitchen on June 1.
“Dquay Means has been put to great expense in the employment of counsel and has been prevented from attending to his usual and necessary duties and occupation; and, has thereby suffered a great and irreparable financial loss in his business and occupation,” the lawsuit says.