Jayson Werth, ex-MLB star, to officer during DUI arrest: ‘I’m just not sure I trust you’


Previous Main League Baseball star Jayson Werth reportedly explained to an officer through a DUI arrest in April he wasn’t absolutely sure he trusts police officers.

An officer pulled the Washington Nationals outfielder over in Scottsdale, Ariz., on April 17. Law enforcement said Werth was driving with an expired registration and the officer at the scene suspected Werth was drunk.

In accordance to video clip attained by TMZ and revealed Monday, Werth — who retired from baseball in June right after 15 seasons in the majors with the Philadelphia Phillies, Los Angeles Dodgers, Toronto Blue Jays and Nationals — appeared to test and close the ordeal by providing the officer an MLB “courtesy card” that exhibits he’s a skilled baseball participant.

Werth is noticed in the online video telling the officer, “We do a large amount of perform with you men.”

The outfielder then appeared to refuse to comply with a subject sobriety exam, telling the officer, “I’m just not absolutely sure I have confidence in you.”

The officer informed Werth he wasn’t staying deceptive.

“A lot of individuals have gotten into a lot of trouble assuming that law enforcement officers have their most effective interests [at heart],” Werth explained to the officer.

The officer then arrested Werth. The former All-Star later on submitted to a blood exam and it confirmed he had a .12 blood-liquor material. Werth pleaded responsible to a driving beneath the influence charge and agreed to enter a diversion program, which incorporated a $1,600 fine and a license suspension in lieu of jail time.