Colombus Short has been sued by a an he allegedly hit in a brawl. He is American choreographer, actor, and singer, and best known for his role in Stomp the Yard and the person in question Felton Hyche III had reportedly sued the former Scandal star saying he is going thorough too much talk from strangers known as the man who was knocked out by Short.’
Short, who was involved in a physical fight in March, is sued by the man he allegedly hit. As reported by TMZ, the man named Felton Hyche III said in his suit that the former “Scandal” actor hit him, breaking his cheek and orbital bones.
The man additionally said that he was embarrassed following the incident. He called out the site for posting a photo of his “lifeless and beaten face,” although he got “popular.” Hyche shared that now he had to “endure ridicule from strangers as the man who was knocked out by Columbus Short.”
The altercation involving Short and Hyche took place during an engagement party at an eatery in West L.A. in March. Back then, Short reportedly got angry after Hyche said, “You might be richer than me but I get my girls to buy me everything I want, including your wife.” Short was charged with felony battery with serious bodily injury and was released after posting a $50,000 bail. He entered a not guilty plea on May 15.
Because of personal issues which came arose at that time, Short had let the news out that he would be making a return to the popular ABC show.
“I wish nothing but the best for Shonda, [Kerry Washington] and the rest of the cast, who have become like a second family to me in such a short amount of time. For this, I will forever be grateful,” he said in late April.