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Dez Bryant says trespass warning wasn’t directed at him

Dez Bryant

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant (88) catches a pass for a touchdown as New York Giants cornerback Terrell Thomas (24) falls down on the play during the first quarter of an NFL football game at New Meadowlands Stadium on Sunday, Nov. 14, 2010, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

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In response to a Tuesday report from WFAA in Dallas, Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant disputes the notion that he received a criminal trespass warning from an off-duty police officer for wearing his pants too low at a local mall.

It really wasn’t me in the wrong,” Bryant told Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com. “It’s not even an issue.”

Per Watkins, Bryant says his pants were up. Bryant claims his friends were wearing their pants low.

Also, Bryant’s adviser says that Bryant hasn’t been banned from the mall for three months. “That’s not true,” David Wells said. “I was there; it didn’t happen.”

“I told the guy I’m not trying to get in trouble,” Bryant said. “I’m not trying to destroy my image. The [warning] wasn’t toward me. I was trying to figure out what was going on. It was a big misunderstanding. I was the wrong guy.”

Bryant, who according to the police report has a history of incidents at the NorthPark Center, said last night on his Twitter page that he’s “Headed to North Park tomorrow to get these Lebrons....I am not banned from North park lol.”

If he truly is and if he truly shows up there on Wednesday, things could get interesting.