WATCH: Bodycam footage released of ‘heavily intoxicated’ woman found in hockey player’s hotel room

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Seattle police have released bodycam footage of their response to a “heavily intoxicated” woman that was found at the hotel room of Colorado Avalanche forward Valeri Nichushkin in April.

The footage shows police speaking with Avalanche team physician Dr. Bradley Changstrom, who says team staff found the woman with Nichushkin.

Changstrom said he could not send the woman in an Uber “due to her safety.”

The intoxicated woman allegedly hit Changstrom in the arm while “she was perseverating on making sure she had her ID.”

The doctor claims he tried to get the woman and hockey player in “separate rooms.” He also state that for approximately an “hour-and-a-half to two hours,” the woman had either been inside the room or right outside of it.

Changstrom claims he called 911 to let EMS handle the situation, leaving Nichushkin with a member of the team’s security.

The hockey player was “no longer” at the hotel when police arrived.

In the video, Changstrom says he would like to share “medical health” information with the police, asking first if it could be kept confidential.

The woman, who stated she was born in Ukraine, called Nichushkin “very bad” and “a liar.”


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