WOMAN ALLEGEDLY PUNCHED TEENAGE BOY IN THE FACE
Like a scene set at the fictional Boar’s Nest in Hazzard County, the daughter of S.C. Senator Jakie Knotts (RINO-Lexington) has reportedly been linked to a bar fight involving several teenage boys – one of whom is Knotts’ grandson.
Knotts’ daughter, Lexington County 911 Call Center Director Nikki Rodgers, is accused of slugging a teenage boy in the face following a fight that occurred at the Wild Hare sports bar in Lexington, S.C. several months ago. According to our sources the fight involved her child (and Knotts’ grandson), John Robert.
What were teenage boys doing inside a sports bar? Good question …
FITS has spoken with several sources who claim to have viewed surveillance video from the Wild Hare incident. They tell us that this video very clearly shows Rodgers punching an unidentified teenage boy in the face with a closed fist. In fact, this video was reportedly leaked to several of Knotts’ political rivals by none other than Danny Frazier, the Lexington, S.C. town councilman who is allegedly at the heart of an illegal video poker operation (along with Knotts and numerous other corrupt politicians and crooked cops).
This “Lexington Ring” is the subject of an ongoing U.S. Department of Justice (USDOJ) and S.C. State Law Enforcement (SLED) investigation.
Aren’t Frazier and Knotts supposed to be partners in crime, though? Like, literally? Yes … but according to sources familiar with the “Lexington Ring” the two are constantly trying to obtain (and dish) dirt on each other in an effort to maintain/ enhance their respective positions within the cabal’s internal pecking order.
FITS attempted to obtain an incident report from the town of Lexington, S.C. related to this bar fight – but our request was refused. It’s not immediately clear what consequences – if any – Rodgers suffered as a result of the incident.
Stay tuned … obviously we will update our readers with whatever information we’re able to uncover. We’re also doing our best to obtain a digital copy of the surveillance video from the bar.