Remember the college kid from West Philly who embarrassed two cops on the basketball court, making them both look silly? Well, shortly afterwards, he was arrested.
Samir Hill, the former Overbrook high school star and current playter at Allegany college in Maryland played two Philly cops in a game of one-on-one and put on a crossover move sending one of them to the ground.
A few days after his story went viral, he and his friend were brought to a police station and held there for about an hour and searched the vehicle they were riding in.
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Hill explains what happened and how he and his friend ended up at the police station during an interview with Complex.
“ I think it was because of the video, but they said it was the people I was around. I don’t think it was that though, cause most of the kids I hang around are college kids. I think they just wanted to take me down to the district to show who I was.
When Hill was asked if he would ever consider playing the two cops again, he explains how they were supposed to play the next day but never showed up.
“We were supposed to rematch them the next day at 3 o’clock, but they never came back around. I was at the courts and everything. There were a lot of people out there too! They said they were bringing their basketball stuff, but they never showed up.” Hill continues, “ I don’t wanna play them anymore though. There’s no point. I did what I had to do to them. ”