Seattle Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark issued an apology Saturday morning after being caught on video teabagging a player in the video game Counter-Strike. 

Clark, who was part of a domestic violence incident back in 2014, was caught teabagging a player in Counter-Strike who happened to be streaming their gameplay live on Twitch Friday evening. A Seahawks fan who was watching the stream at the time identified the teabagger as Clark by his username, Xx6Wolverine9xX. 

“I remembered Clark’s gamertag from one of Richard Sherman’s past streams,” stated the fan. “I instantly clipped that portion of the stream and uploaded it to r/Seahawks. Within an hour or two, it went viral amongst the Seahawks community. 

After it had been verified by other fans that the gamertag belonged to Frank Clark, the player was forced to issue an apology earlier this morning.

“I do not condone the actions I inflicted on LennayHookah42 after knifing them in the back last night,” stated Clark in his written apology which was published on Twitter. “I understand the seriousness of this subject. I want to apologize to LennayHookah42 for letting my emotions get the best of me. I have worked hard over the past two years to do right and stop teabagging innocent players. I will continue on this path, on and off the field.”

When asked for a comment on the situation, the Seahawks organization stated they had been in contact with Clark since the incident went viral. The Seahawks stated they “expressed their extreme disappointment with his judgement to teabag a player after camping in a corner prior to the kill.” The Seahawks also said that Clark has voluntarily given up playing Counter-Strike for the foreseeable future until he can get his emotions in check.

LennayHookah42, the user who fell victim to Clark’s teabagging, stated the incident was water under the bridge. “I teabagged him during my next life. We’re even.”