Chief pavers Willie gay Jr. was arrested Wednesday night in connection with a misdemeanor criminal damage case, according to the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office, via KCTV. The 23-year-old was arrested around 10:30 p.m. in Overland Park, Kansas, and taken to the Johnson County Detention Center, where he is expected to be remanded in custody Thursday afternoon.
According to NFL Network’s Ian RapoportGay’s agent, Maxx Lepselter, said he was visiting his son. Gay and his son’s mother got into an argument in which he broke her vacuum.
“No one should touch…other than the broken device,” Lepselter said.
Gay was charged with destroying property under $1,000. According to the affidavit of the Johnson County Court (via NFL.com), damaged property including vacuum cleaner, walls and door frames. The affidavit also states that the misdemeanor misdemeanor B “constitutes domestic violence.”
Gay is in his second season with the Chiefs after the club drafted him into the second round of 2020 NFL Drafts out of the State of Mississippi. He has started 11 of the 12 games played this season and has 48 tackles while defending 4 passes and scoring 2 interceptions. Last week against SteelsmithHowever, Gay recorded his lowest catch of the season, playing only in 25% of defensive catches.
Kansas City Is Set To Host Buffalo Bills on Sundays at Arrowhead Stadium in the precinct round of NFL knockout. If the captains come forward, it will mark their fourth consecutive championship appearance. Given these circumstances, Gay’s status for that playoff is currently unclear.
This story will continue to be updated as more information comes to light.
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