Jesse Culpepper was working as a security guard in downtown Nashville Thursday night when 33-year-old Aaron Shelby walked up behind him, said “what’s up blood”, then reached around and placed his finger in Culpepper’s mouth “in a fishhook manner” and began to pull. Culpepper used a foot sweep to take him to the ground, at which point Shelby bit the inside of the bouncer’s thigh twice, and spit in his face. Culpepper was missing some flesh after the wild attack. Shelby was cuffed and detained by Culpepper and transferred to the custody of officers, who he then pelted with racial slurs throughout his interaction.
Aaron Shelby was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on April 29th, charged with domestic assault with bodily injury and public intoxication. A commissioner set his bond at $2,100.
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2 Thoughts to “Aaron Shelby puts his hand in a bouncer’s mouth and pulls “like a fishhook” after a “what’s up blood” greeting”
common thug tactic. someone did this to my daughter over at the wonderful Parthenon Towers apartments across from Centennial Park. She was pulled from her wheelchair.
He a goot boi….
Din Du No NUFFINS!!!!