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Arrest made in connection with Robert Allenby's credit cards

  Honolulu police say there's been an arrest in connection with credit cards stolen from Australian golfer Robert Allenby. Allenby was in Honolulu for the Sony Open when he said was beaten and robbed after missing the cut on Jan. 16, but has no memory of a part of that night. The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported police said Wednesday a 32-year-old man already in custody at Oahu...
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February 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Roger Allenby Insists He Was Robbed, Has ‘No Memory’ Before Waking Up In Park

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — A defiant and at times angry Robert Allenby stood by his story Tuesday that he was robbed and beaten in Honolulu, basing the account on what he remembered and what he was told by a homeless woman who came to his aid. “There has definitely been a lot of confusion,” Allenby said. “But I think the No. 1 thing that you should all remember is that my story...
January 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Allenby rang up $3,400 strip club bill on night of 'kidnapping'

Robert Allenby’s night of mystery from Jan. 16 is starting to unfold more like a tale from “The Hangover” than anything else. The latest information tells us that the golfer was not kidnapped nor assaulted as was initially reported, and that he racked up a $3,400 bill at a strip club on the night in...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Robert Allenby to speak to media Tuesday in Scottsdale

Robert Allenby will hold a news conference Tuesday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Allenby, in the field for this week's PGA Tour event at TPC Scottsdale, is less than two weeks removed from a scare in Honolulu. He reportedly was kidnapped, beaten and robbed outside of a wine bar after missing the cut at the Sony Open in Hawaii. Allenby withdrew from last week's Humana Challenge...
Via Fox Sports
January 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Allenby passed out, hit head after reported trip to strip club, new witness says

Nearly a week has passed since Robert Allenby was reportedly abducted, beaten and robbed in Honolulu after missing the cut at the Sony Open, but new details still are emerging. Most recently, Chris Khamis, a 47-year-old homeless man, has come forward saying he was with Allenby on Jan. 16 when Allenby's face was bloodied. Khamis gave his account to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser...
Via Fox Sports
January 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Witness thinks Robert Allenby passed out, hit head on rock

When photos appeared on the Facebook page of Robert Allenby showing him with a large scrape above his left eye and cut on his nose, we thought it was because the golfer was kidnapped, robbed, and beaten. That was according according to Allenby’s caddie. Depite conflicting details, Allenby stood by the story. As it turns...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Robert Allenby stands by abduction/beating story

Robert Allenby stands by his story that he was abducted, robbed and beat up on Friday night in Hawaii despite others providing conflicting details. News emerged on Saturday that the Australian golfer was allegedly kidnapped outside a wine bar where he was drinking after missing the cut at the Sony Open in Hawaii Friday. A...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Golfer Robert Allenby Tries To Recall Details Of Attack: ‘I’m Still Shaking’

HONOLULU — His left eye bruised and swollen shut, Australian golfer Robert Allenby is still shaking over a beating and robbery that left him unable to remember anything except being dumped in a gutter near a park. “You think … that happens in the movie, not real life,” Allenby told The Associated Press by phone Sunday. “I’m just happy to be alive.” Allenby posted a...
January 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Golfer Robert Allenby Says He Was Kidnapped, Beaten And Robbed In Hawaii (Photo)

Hawaii was anything but paradise for PGA golfer Robert Allenby. The veteran golfer claims he was abducted Friday after missing the cut at the PGA Tour’s Sony Open event. Allenby was beaten and robbed after being kidnapped from a bar. Allenby thinks he might have been drugged because he can’t remember what happened in between his time at the bar and then being left on the side...
January 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Golfer Robert Allenby allegedly kidnapped, robbed, beaten

Australian golfer Robert Allenby was kidnapped from a bar in Hawaii Friday night, and robbed and beaten by his assailants, according to his caddie. Allenby’s caddie, Mick Middlemo, told Golf Channel’s Steve Sands that Allenby was in a wine bar near Waikiki with Middlemo and another friend when he was allegedly kidnapped. The Australian Associated...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 17, 2015  |  Discuss

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