Lawsuit Against Masai Ujiri Dropped by Alameda County Cop

The Toronto Raptors won the franchise's first NBA Championship on June 13, 2019 and while Masai Ujiri was on his way to the floor to celebrate with the team he built, he was accosted by Alameda County Sheriff's Deputy Alan Strickland. 18 months after the incident, the lawsuit by Strickland has been dropped and Ujiri has been vindicated of any wrongdoing. 
Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE), owner of the Toronto Raptors, issued the following statement today:

We are disappointed that he and his family have had to endure the past 18 months of worry and uncertainty, but for their sake, we are pleased the legal process has come to an end – and especially pleased that the claims made against Masai and MLSE were dismissed entirely, free of any financial settlement. We continue to be deeply troubled by the fact that Masai was put in this position in the first place, and believe he should never have had to defend himself. Masai is taking some time to process the ordeal, and intends to address it publicly at a later date.

A video of the incident can be seen below... 

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