Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

'Deadliest Catch' captain Sig Hansen tweets apology after arrest

'Deadliest Catch' captain Sig Hansen tweets apology after arrest

According to TMZ, Hansen, who has offered to pay for damages (though he still maintains his innocence), will be released on $2,000 bail.

"Deadliest Catch" Captain Sig Hansen tweeted out an apology for his behavior that led to his arrest.

Hansen released a statement Thursday afternoon. As the argument escalated, Hansen allegedly kicked a dent in the rear passenger side of the vehicle and spit on the driver.

Regarding the altercation last night, I am terribly sorry for my behavior and am very embarrassed by it.

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"I hope I can make that apology in person". He and three others called for an Uber and everything was going fine until the driver was notified that there was a problem with payment.

We're guessing Mr. Hansen has been officially banned from Uber.

Sig Hansen, Captain of the Northwestern crab-catcher vessel, a boat featured on the Discovery Channel show "Deadliest Catch", at qualifying for the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series Coca-Cola 600 on May 24, 2007 at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Concord, NC.

The report says Hansen then "clapped his hands conclusively". However, he later told officers that his son-in-law offered the driver $100 for the ride, and that he thought the driver was stupid for not accepting it.

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Hansen has vehemently denied the allegations, labeling them "an old-fashioned shakedown".

Eckstrom sued Hansen in 2016.

The case is now in legal limbo after the state court of appeals ruled Thursday it will review a King County judge's ruling to allow Eckstrom's civil suit against Hansen to go to trial.

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