Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs was arrested early this morning, according to TMZ Sports. He was arrested in Scottsdale, Ariz. and released with just a citation.
The former Arizona State Sun Devil was visiting a bar at the time of his arrest. The Ravens are also reportedly aware of the incident.
They said they are looking into the matter and will have no further comment at this time.
According to TMZ Sports, he was booked at 2:03 am before being released a little more than an hour later.
The six-time Pro Bowler made a joke of the situation on his Instagram account, where he posted a photo of “Thug Life with a white guy showing No Ragrets.” He also said “MooD….. Driving with a suspended license! Street cred = 100,000 trillion. My bad Y’all. Dumb Ass SiZ.”
“This morning Terrell Suggs was in a single-car collision, no one was injured,” the statement read. “Police were called and upon speaking with Terrell, found his license to be suspended for speeding tickets. He was detained by the police and released a couple hours later. Terrell will let the judicial system take its course and fix his license issues.”
Suggs is a six-time Pro Bowler, who has been in trouble with the law before. Suggs was charged with felony aggravated assault in Arizona, which happened in March 2003. He reportedly assaulted a man with a rod and attacked another mail in the Phoenix Municipal Stadium parking lot following a basketball tournament.
He stayed out of trouble until 2009 when he allegedly threw a soap dispenser at his girlfriend’s head. He also reportedly hit her in the chest with his hand, along with holding bleach over her and their one-year-old son.
He was not charged in this case and her lawsuit was dismissed.
Williams and Suggs had another domestic abuse claim in Sept. 2012 when he allegedly punched and dragged her by his car. No charges were filed in this case either, but he did have a protective order against him by her. He also had to hand over his weapons to a judge.
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