Billionaire investor and Carolina Panthers owner David Tepper was caught on video Sunday throwing a drink at an opposing fan.
video The rounds on social media on Sunday appeared to show Tepper, standing in a luxury box, throwing a drink at a nearby Jacksonville Jaguars fan before walking away.
The Jaguars beat the Panthers 26-0 on Sunday in Jacksonville, dropping Carolina to an NFL-worst 2-14 record this season, with one game remaining.
“We are aware of the video and have no further comment at this time,” an NFL spokesperson told The Athletic on Sunday. Tepper could face punishment from the league if he is found to have violated the personal conduct policy.
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Tepper, owner of hedge fund Appaloosa Management, bought the Panthers in 2018 for $2.275 billion. Tipper is worth about $17.5 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
It's been a frustrating season for Tepper and the Panthers. He was heard yelling the f-word as he left the locker room after the loss on November 26. A day later, he fired coach Frank Reich.