News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Nov. 9, 2018: A Haitian student who was threatened in a profanity laced diatribe by a Florida coach and then told he could be sent back to Haiti has changed school even as the coach has been forced to say sorry.
A Florida prep school basketball coach had to issue an apology after a profanity-laced, three-minute audio clip was posted on YouTube on Tuesday.
Nation Christian Academy CEO Mike Woodbury viral profanity-laced video berating Haitian basketball player, Marvens Petion and other players at the school went viral.
In the 3-minute, 27-second clip, Woodbury can be heard telling Petion: “I control transcripts, I control where you go next. It could be back to Haiti, motherf—-r, that’s how easy it is for me.”
He also told Petion, “I’m the dirtiest, baddest motherf—-r in this earth. … I’m going to f–k you in your ass the next time you talk out of line. I’m going to take everything from you. Let it be known, I’m saying it out loud. I’m going to take everything from you, I’m going to end everything you’ve ever had.”
The coach has since apologized after accusing Petion of several offenses, including having alcohol in his room, thefts and attempted extortion.
Petion has denied the allegations and has since transferred to West Oaks Academy in Orlando, FL.