Bengals RB Joe Mixon allegedly factors gun at woman: stories

Joe Mixon carrying the ball against the Buffalo Bills during the AFC divisional round

Joe Mixon carrying the ball in the direction of the Buffalo funds in the course of the AFC divisional spherical
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An arrest warrant was issued Thursday for Cincinnati Bengals working again Joe Mixon for allegedly pointing a gun at a woman in downtown Cincinnati final month.

Mixon’s agent Peter Schaffer mentioned he expects the fees to be dropped, saying it’s a rush to judgment, and for what it’s worth Mixon’s mom additionally mentioned her son didn’t do it.

“i actually really feel that police have an obligation earlier than they file fees — in consequence of damage that would presumably be accomplished to the particular person’s fame — to do their work,” Schaffer mentioned in an announcement.

the whole particulars of this latest alleged incident haven’t been launched but, however what has been found to this point isn’t good.

The warrant, obtained by WCPO’s Evan Millward, states that Mixon pointed a gun at a woman and mentioned, “you should be popped inside the face, I ought to shoot you, the police [can’t] get me.”

This allegedly occurred Jan. 21, a day earlier than the Bengals’ playoff recreation in the direction of the Buffalo funds. Cincy gained

The workforce has opened up an investigation, and the NFL is already dealing with one other state of affairs regarding Philadelphia Eagles reserve lineman Josh Sills.

“The membership is investigating the state of affairs and will not remark extra presently,” a Bengals spokesperson mentioned in an announcement Thursday.

Mixon’s doc of violence in the direction of women

Mixon was a extremely touted recruit coming out of highschool, and one among many gems of the Sooners’ freshman class of 2014. nonetheless, earlier than he even performed a down in Norman, a video surfaced of him punching Amelia Molitor, breaking her jaw and cheekbone, after a disagreement at a restaurant.

It resulted in him being sat down for his whole freshman 12 months, and justifiably dropped his draft inventory as quickly as he declared for the NFL following the 2016 season. He finally settled with Molitor earlier than going professional. 


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