Former Denver Broncos star TERRELL DAVIS is suing an insurance company for refusing to defend him over an allegedly racist attack at an Emmy Award after-party. It is the second lawsuit Davis has filed over the incident, which occurred at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. The ex-footballer previously sued the operator of the hotel's bar for racial discrimination, assault and battery after the 33-year-old, who is black, was asked by the owner to stop talking to a white waitress. A scuffle ensued and the athlete claims the bouncers choked him and forced him to the floor.
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