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Dating for Dummies by Larry Johnson

Most guys go one of two ways. They either approach the bartender, point out a lady, and indicate that they'd like to send her a drink ... or they approach the woman directly, and ask her if they could buy her a beverage of her choice.

Larry "Chivalry is Dead and You're Damn Right I Killed It" Johnson of the Kansas City Chiefs, on the other hand, has a different approach.

What he (allegedly) does is approach the bartender, order the drink, put a portion of it in his mouth, find an attractive woman, spit the drink all over her, and then say, "I'm going to kill your boyfriend."

Does the approach work for him? Yes. If his goal is to get sued.

From the Associated Press:

    According to the lawsuit, Johnson offered to buy Stewart a shot of alcohol on Oct. 3, but she declined. A week later, she alleged, Johnson became belligerent toward her and said, "All I wanted to tell you is I'm going to kill your boyfriend."

    Stewart claims Johnson also said, "I'm gonna kill you, too. First I'm gonna kill your boyfriend, then I'm going to kill you and that's a promise."

    She says that as she was backing away from him, Johnson took a drink from his glass and spit it in her face, then his two bodyguards tackled her.

    The suit claims that Johnson tried three more times to spit on Stewart as he was walking to his car with his bodyguards.

    It was the fourth time in five years that Johnson has been accused of assaulting a woman. He has a Dec. 4 court date for allegedly pushing a woman's face at another Kansas City night spot in February.

The woman pictured above is Ashley Stewart, the woman who has filed the suit against Johnson. The photo is taken from the "Women of KU" calendar in 2006.

    "This is not about money," said Kirra N. Jones, Stewart's attorney. "My client has worked her way through school. She's in the Air Force, National Guard. She's a hardworking student and this really came as an unfortunate incident in her life. But you know what? She's a fighter. She's willing to be the person who finally makes Larry Johnson answer for his repeated bad behavior."

Good for her.

Woman files suit against Chiefs’ Johnson

Chiefs running back Larry Johnson became the target of more legal attention Monday when a Lawrence woman sued him in Jackson County for spitting a drink on her.

Johnson currently is facing a simple-assault allegation for the Oct. 10 incident at a Country Club Plaza nightclub.

The woman, Ashley N. Stewart, told police that Johnson intentionally spit his drink in her face and threatened to kill her boyfriend.

Monday’s lawsuit does not seek specific monetary damages, only an amount that is “fair and reasonable to be determined by the jury.” Stewart’s lawyer, Kirra N. Jones, said her client’s injuries are real.

“She has been subjected to not only the initial incident, but the humiliation that stemmed from that,” Jones said. “Basically, what we seek to do is to hold Larry Johnson responsible for his actions and hopefully send a message to him and the community that this is not going to continue.”

Johnson’s lawyer, Kevin E.J. Regan, said that Stewart’s allegations would not hold up under scrutiny and insisted that his client made no threats and did not spit on her.

“I have felt all along that this case was being driven by financial motives,” Regan said. “The filing of this case proves that to be true.”

Johnson faces an additional simple-assault ticket for an alleged shoving incident that occurred in February at a different Kansas City nightclub.

Johnson, who has apologized to his teammates, coaches and fans, has missed four games this season. The NFL suspended him for Sunday’s game against San Diego for violating the league’s personal-conduct policy. The team previously had benched him for violating team rules and because of his pending legal troubles.

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