Tommy Callaway Bio, Wiki
Tommy Callaway is a 43-years-old Georgia man, who accused of slapping WSAV-TV reporter Alex Bozarjian on the backside on live TV while she covered a race in Savannah, Georgia. Tommy Callao participated in the race. The 43-year-old black man from Streetsboro, Georgia, was identified by social media users after posting the following video of the incident via his runner babe number on Twitter.
— Tonya (@GrrrlZilla) December 7, 2019
He was participating in the Savannah Bridge Run on Saturday, December 7, 2019, organized by the Savannah Sports Council. He was competing in the “double pump” running both the 5K and 10K parts of the event.
Tommy Callaway Education
He attended Armstrong Atlantic State University from 1994 to 1996 and then graduated from Georgia Southern University with a degree in business management and human resources in 1998.
Tommy Callaway Career
According to his Facebook page, Tommy Callaway is the minister of youth in his church, Pitman Park UMC. He began his career as District Manager in February 1999 and served there for 3 years. In May 2002, he joined Cubound as a sales representative and worked there from 2002 to 2004.
From October 2004 to May 2006, Tommy served as a sales department at United Distributors and also served as a sales representative for American Standard Brands. Clearly, that Swedish match works as a salesperson in North America.
Swedish Match, according to its website, manufactures, manufactures and sells standard products with prominent brands in the “Asnos and Moistures, Other Tobacco Products, and Lights” product segments. Production is located in seven countries, sold in Scandinavia and the United States.
Wife Children, Personal Life
According to a post on Facebook, Callaway has been married in 2015. His wife, who is a teacher, has his daughters, but it is unclear whether Callaway has children.
Tommy Callaway Slapped Journalist
He accused of slapping on butt WSAV-TV reporter Alex Bozarjian on the backside on live TV while she covered a race in Savannah, Georgia. Callaway was participating in the Savannah Bridge Run on Saturday, December 7, 2019, organized by the Savannah Sports Council. He was competing in a “double pump”, with both 5K and 10K events running.
A majority of the people who saw the video called for Callaway to be charged with sexual assault. Savannah Police had said it was up to Bozarjian to file criminal charges. Although Callaway was not facing any criminal charges at the time, he was banned by the organizers of the race from running in future events they will be hosting.
Police confirmed to The Post that the TV reporter has filed a sexual battery police report against the youth minister who allegedly did the deed. she filed an official report with Savannah police Monday afternoon over the creepy slap on live TV that went viral, the department said. It is reported that she turned down an offer of an in-person apology from her accused attacker. She accuses Tommy Callaway of a “smack and grab” in which he “grabbed her buttocks in the same motion,” the report showed.
Tommy Callaway Apology to Alex Bozarjian
Callaway apologized Tuesday, December 10th, 2019 for his “awful act” and “awful mistake” in an interview with Bozarjian’s station, WSAV-TV. He said, “I have taken so much away from her… I never intended to. I feel awful, I feel embarrassed and ashamed. I apologize. This was not right. It was an awful mistake,” he said. His attorney, Joseph Turner, earlier released a statement insisting they “do not expect any criminal charges.”