Bills star Von Miller receives arrest warrant for alleged attack on pregnant lady

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The Dallas Police Department issued a warrant for Von Miller’s arrest on November 30, 2023, stating that he assaulted a pregnant woman. An arrest warrant was obtained for Miller. Miller arrested himself, posted bond, and was subsequently freed from custody.

Multiple sources within the police department asserted that the pregnant woman who accused him of beating her was, in fact, his fiancée, and that the event took place at their residence in Dallas on November 29, 2023.

Despite the fact that she was treated for minor injuries, she was not admitted to the hospital. She had earlier accused him of attacking her in 2021 as well, but he was not charged with any crime that occurred during that time period.

According to the affidavit that was used to get an arrest warrant, the police discovered that Miller and his girlfriend were bickering in their bedroom because she did not want to go on a trip for her birthday this week.

According to the complaint, the claimed victim proceeded from the bedroom to the office of the house and banged the door in a fit of rage. As a result, Miller became “visibly angry,” according to the affidavit. According to the affidavit, he went into the office and yelled at his girlfriend to “get out” of the flat. He then disappeared inside the office.

Miller’s girlfriend “attempted to comply” with Miller’s request to leave the house, but she wanted to get some items before leaving, according to the affidavit. It was said in the affidavit that Miller “began to shove and push her while simultaneously telling her to leave from the unit” while she was proceeding in this manner.

According to the affidavit, Miller then started attempting to record his girlfriend on his phone, “all while continuing to push and shove” her out of the house.

“Stop!” the girlfriend yelled over and over again. The affidavit states that Miller continued to urge her despite the fact that she was informed that she was pregnant.

Miller then “began applying pressure around the [girlfriend’s] neck for three to five seconds before letting go,” according to the affidavit.

According to the complaint, the girlfriend made an attempt to retrieve her possessions, but Miller snatched her phone, put her laptop on the floor, and then stepped on it.

During the time that she was attempting to get her laptop off the ground, Miller “pulled her by her hair, ultimately pulling a chunk of hair out and causing her to fall to the ground,” according to the affidavit.

It was at this point that the girlfriend started recording the incident on her own phone, which she had placed in her pocket, as stated in the affidavit. According to the affidavit, Miller then grabbed her and pulled her onto the couch, while once more applying pressure to her neck with both of his hands.

According to the affidavit, the girlfriend then began to stand up and informed Miller that she was going to contact the police. According to the affidavit, Miller then eventually departed the residence at that point.

The cops that arrived at the site said that Miller had already left by the time they arrived.

According to the complaint, his girlfriend disclosed to the law enforcement authorities that she is currently six weeks pregnant. According to the affidavit, she was taken to the headquarters for a comprehensive questioning regarding what had occurred after receiving immediate medical attention for minor injuries at the scene of the incident.

When the girlfriend called 911, WFAA was able to obtain a tape of the call itself.

“My boyfriend is hitting me and choking me,” she has said. The words “I have bruises all over me” may be heard coming from her mouth. “My hair is out.”

When the 911 dispatcher inquired as to whether or not her boyfriend was still involved with her, the girlfriend responded, “He just stormed out.”

When she was asked by the dispatcher if she required the assistance of paramedics, she responded, “I don’t know.” He ripped my hair out of my head. As far as I can tell, I have some blood on me, but not as much as… yeah, I’m not sure.

When WFAA attempted to get in touch with Miller’s girlfriend via text message, she played down the situation.

What she wrote was, “We’re fine.” “The events were completely blown out of proportion. Honestly, this is completely ridiculous!

She referred to the occurrence as “a verbal disagreement” and referred to it as “a huge misunderstanding.”

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“No one assaulted anyone,” she wrote in a text message. It’s completely insane. And it’s a shame.”

Miller, who was born and raised in DeSoto, is currently in his second season with the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League. The Bills are currently on a bye and will not be playing any games this week.

Miller was a former player who had previously been employed by the Denver Broncos from 2011 until 2021 and the Los Angeles Rams in 2021.

Miller was an outstanding player in Denver, where he was selected to the first team of All-Pro three times and was instrumental in the Broncos’ accomplishment of winning the Super Bowl in 2015.

During the 2021 season, Miller was moved to the Los Angeles Rams, and he was instrumental in propelling the Rams to victory in the Super Bowl that year.

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