'Deadliest Catch' star Sig Hansen charged with assaulting Uber driver

Posted May 19, 2017

King County Jail records show Hansen was booked in connection with misdemeanor assault and property destruction charges. Hansen still denies spitting on the Uber driver, however, he has offered to pay for the damages done to the auto. "I owe a bunch of people apologies, first and foremost to our Uber driver, who was just trying to get us home safely", the statement said". "I have no excuse, and accept responsibility for my actions".

His ride was allegedly canceled while he was still inside the vehicle, and he tried to offer the driver $100 to continue the trip.

'I hope I can make that apology in person.

After the driver refused to take the group to its destination, and dropped them off in the 5800 block of 20th Avenue Northwest, Hansen, who appeared drunk, got out and kicked the vehicle, Jamieson said.

According to the report, when law enforcement arrived they noticed body fluid on the back of the headrest as well as a dent in the side of the vehicle. It didn't take long for the driver to call the cops on Hansen. Hansen denied having an altercation when police questioned him at his home.

Ballard celebrated Syttende Mai - its popular festival for Norway's Constitution Day - late into the night Wednesday and early Thursday.

Melissa Eckstrom, now a 28-year-old attorney in Seattle, says she retains memories of her father, Hansen, sexually assaulting her in 1990 when she was about 2 years old. The lawsuit, initially filed anonymously, is now before a state appeals court.