HOUSTON – The son of a famed Houston Astros pitcher has initiated litigation against an establishment on Houston’s Washington Corridor, alleging that one of the business’s employees attacked him unprovoked.
According to Harris County District Court records, Kacy Clemens filed a lawsuit against 34th S&S, LLC, doing business as Concrete Cowboy, on Jan. 30 in the 113th District Court.
The plaintiff, whose father is seven-time Cy Young Award winner and two-time World Series champion Roger Clemens, explains that he and Conner Capel went to Concrete Cowboy on New Year’s Day earlier this month when a bouncer told the men to move.
“Clemens and Capel complied with the request, but apparently not to the liking of the Concrete Cowboy bouncer,” court documents assert.
The bouncer then purportedly became upset with the patrons and “suddenly and violently” began attacking them “in an attempt to throw them out of the bar.”
The suit further explains that Clemens and Capel, who is a co-plaintiff in the case, sustained injuries and were found not to be intoxicated. Meanwhile, the bouncer who supposedly assaulted them was taken into custody by police.
Consequently, the complainants seek unspecified monetary damages.
They are represented by Randall O. Sorrels of the law firm Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Aziz in Houston.
Harris County 113th District Court Case No. 2019-07278