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Murillo confirms Mills and Musi fight at Maple Grove

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Street Outlaws No Prep Kings star Mike Murillo confirmed the rumors that were flying from Maple Grove Raceway on Friday night in Mohnton, Pennsylvania. He confirmed that there was an altercation between Dewayne Mills and Pat Musi.

This happened after Justin Swanstrom was involved in an accident during the filming of the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings show. Swanstrom experienced a fire midway through his Great 8 race with “Super Dave” Adkins.

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Then, towards the finish line, Adkins lost control of his vehicle and rear-ended Swanstrom. This caused both drivers to lose control of their vehicles due to the impact before coming to a stop.

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Musi, the father of fellow No Prep Kings driver Lizzy Musi, allegedly made a comment that Swanstrom could not drive. Mills took offense to that and then an altercation happened.

“Dewayne said it was an accident and there’s nothing they can control,” Murillo said of the incident. “Pat told Dewayne to shut up you wreck all the time.”

Mills then walked up to Pat and the two shook hands, according to Murillo. Dewayne allegedly then told Pat “thank you for being an asshole.”

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Musi allegedly grabbed Mills by the throat. Mills then allegedly slammed Musi into James “Doc” Love’s smart car and dented the backend of the car.

Murillo said that Mills was nearly choked out by one of Musi’s crew guys.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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