MIAMI BEACH (CBS4) – Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito was given a trespass warning after an altercation at Miami Beach nightclub LIV earlier this year.

According to the police report, Incognito and a group of friends were at the club for a concert on June 10th when a security guard guarding the stage noticed Incognito’s group inching closer to the stage.

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The report states that the security guard asked the group to move back and a fight between Incognito’s group and the guard broke out.

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According to the police report, Incognito was punched in the face as he tried to break up the fight.

Everyone was kicked out of the club and a Miami Beach Fire Rescue unit was called to tend to Incognito’s injuries. Incognito reportedly refused treatment and left the scene.

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Incognito was involved in another altercation last week after Houston Texans defensive end Antonio Smith swung his helmet at Incognito’s head during a preseason game.