Ex-Jet Geno Smith said officer has ‘little d–k’ during DUI arrest

Geno Smith has asked for the judgment to be withdrawn regarding his arrest Monday morning on suspicion of drunk driving. He apparently did not give the same advantage to his agents who had arrested him.

Arrest documents obtained by TMZ include Smith who allegedly threatened officers and told one of them he had a “little dk”.

Smith was arrested for speeding in King Count, Wash., Early Monday morning and spent about 7.5 hours in jail.

Smith reportedly drove 96 miles per hour in a 60 mph zone in his Rolls Royce. Police documents said he drove irregularly, smelled of alcohol, and told them he drank wine before driving.

Officers claim Smith became belligerent during field sobriety tests, then stopped participating. He was then escorted back to the police station.

“I joked with him that my wife thinks I work too much. Somehow he said it was because ‘you got a little dk’, ”one officer wrote in documents. “I said, wow, maybe that’s the problem, then he said, ‘You got a little dk, you got a little dk syndrome.'”

Geno Smith is said to have told an officer who arrested him that he was suffering from “little dk syndrome” when he was arrested for impaired driving on Monday.
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The 31-year-old refused both a breathalyzer and a blood test.

“I’m going to screw each one of you up,” he reportedly told officers before having his arms and legs tied. “You don’t want to see me get out of these handcuffs, you don’t want to know what’s going to happen.”

Smith, who was drafted by the Jets in the second round in 2013, has spent the last three seasons as a replacement for Russell Wilson in Seattle. This season he has appeared in four games, starting three with Wilson having an injured finger. He’s a free agent this offseason.

New York Jets quarterback Geno Smith # 7 is looking to move up to the 2nd quarter.
Geno Smith is looking to throw a pass with the Jets in 2016.
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“Being arrested brings a stain on your reputation that is impossible to undo no matter what really happened,” Smith tweeted Tuesday.

“I ask all of you to refrain from judging me the same way you would a friend or family member. I’ll have more to say on the road and I’ll ask you to lay bare [sic] with me.”

“Geno is fully cooperating with the investigation,” Smith’s lawyer Jon Fox told the AP on Monday in a statement. “I hope everyone can keep an open mind as the facts come to light.”

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