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Nick Saban's daughter Kristen Saban got into a little cat fight with a sorority sister back in 2010. Fast forward to 2014, where an Alabama judge is meeting with lawyers of Saban and her former friend Sarah Grimes about the lawsuit. Here’s how Grimes’ lawyer, Stephen Strickland, described the alleged attack for the judge. From the Associated Press/

"Kristen Saban punched Grimes “like Boom Boom Mancini,” Strickland said, referring to the professional boxer.
“She had the devil beat out of her,” said Strickland."

The original civil suit said that Grimes suffered an “elbow contusion, a concussion, cervical strain, and headache.” Saban’s lawyers are trying to get the suit dismissed and claim that Grimes was the aggressor. Wondering what started all this?

"Before the fight, documents show, Grimes and Saban had been at odds because the coach’s daughter didn’t invite Grimes to a workout in the Crimson Tide football facility or the premiere of a movie about the coach. Talks involving the coach’s wife after the fracas failed to avert a suit, records show."
How does Nick feel about her aggression? Like this...

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Tantal123 months
Saban should get a 2-year suspension for line dancing.
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atltiger6487124 months
nice reference to the past, but Boom Boom Mancini was a tiny little guy - 5'4", 135 lbs. Yes, I know he killed a guy in the ring (I remember watching that fight on TV), which I suppose was the reason the attorney referenced Mancini as opposed to George Foreman, Joe Louis, or some other big name heavyweight with a big punch.
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skinny domino124 months
Terry put on some weight since her B R days.
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roygu124 months
Grimes thinks if I can't work out in the gym, I'll buy my own.
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TigerB8124 months
Grimes got "processed"....
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MC5601124 months
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DownSouthCrawfish124 months
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