CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Three people have been arrested in connection with an assault on former NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Mike Wallace and his daughter following a Rascal Flatts concert Friday night in Charlotte, according to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department.
Wallace posted a note on Facebook about the assault, which he said sent him and his adult daughter Lindsey Wallace Van Wingerden to the hospital. The 57-year-old Wallace said he suffered a concussion.
He also said three front teeth were knocked a few inches into his mouth and he has a black eye that is causing impaired vision. He said he had 10 stitches in his lip.
According to the police report, Wallace and his daughter "were kicked and punched several times in the head, face and stomach ... following a verbal altercation." It characterizes the injuries to Wallace and his daughter as minor. No weapons were used, according to the report.
A CMPD spokesman confirmed that three men were arrested in the Wallace assault: Paul Lucas, 29 (no hometown listed); Nathan Lucas, 22, of Indian Trail, North Carolina; and Randolph Mangum, 24, of Monroe, North Carolina.
According to their arrest records, Nathan Lucas and Mangum were charged with misdemeanor simple assault, while Paul Lucas was charged with misdemeanor assault on a female. All were released after posting bond ($1,500 for Paul Lucas, $1,000 apiece for Nathan Lucas and Mangum).
Wallace said in another Facebook post Sunday night that he "would like to say Thank you to my Family, Friends and Fans for there additional support since the beat down I got on Friday night leaving the Rascal Flatts concert. My wife Carla, Daughter Lindsey and Son n law Thomas and few friends saved me from additional beating for no reason. Doctors and Dentist appointment on Monday."
The eldest brother of the racing Wallace family, which includes Rusty Wallace and Kenny Wallace, Mike Wallace had 197 starts in his Sprint Cup career, his last coming in the 2015 Daytona 500. He has competed in 17 Cup races in the past 10 years. His last full NASCAR season was in 2013 when he competed in the Xfinity Series, where he has four career wins in 494 starts.
Information from The Associated Press contributed to this report.