Kyle Dickard: ‘Below Deck Adventure’ star charges onto soccer field, offers bribe to security when tackled

FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA: ‘Below Deck Adventure’ star Kyle Dickard got arrested for reportedly storming onto the field at a packed stadium and allegedly hitting a security guard. The arrest news was first revealed by Kyle himself who posted about the incident on his Instagram page with the caption, “How it started vs. How it ended,” with a laughing emoji. “I would have scored if I had a belt on…js,” he added.

In the video, Kyle is seen dodging the crowd at the Saturday, November 19, match between Colombia and Paraguay at DRV PNK Stadium in Fort Lauderdale while wearing no shirt. When Kyle leaps from the stands onto the soccer field, he is clutching a Colombian flag. He then avoids many security personnel before being tackled to the ground. While security and law enforcement was taking him into jail, some audience who appeared to be Kyle’s fans tossed beer at the security personnel. According to TMZ, some spectators even joined Kyle and jumped onto the field.



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The report claims that Kyle worsened the situation by repeatedly offering the officers up to $300 if they would ‘break off’ and release him. He was accused of disorderly conduct, nonviolent resistance, and bribery of a public official. According to the court document, that was obtained by Starcasm, reads, “As security attempted to escort the DEF [Kyle] off the field, he was pulling from security and not complying. At some point during the scuffle, the DEF swung his arm to evade security, striking the security guard in the face. Security tackled DEF to the ground and walked him off the field to the police.”


“Police gave the DEF a lawful order to “come over the wall” and grabbed the DEF’s left arm. The DEF pulled his arm away from police and ran back onto the field where he was tackled by security again. Once in custody, the defendant made multiple offers to “break off” and pay police officers $300 in exchange for letting him go,” the document added. Kyle was transported to the Broward County jail on Sunday night, November 20, at midnight. After he posted his $7,500 bond, he was shortly freed. The allegations against him were formally brought on the next day, November 21. 


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