The police report from the incident involving Bills Von Miller and his long-time girlfriend, Megan Denise, has been released.
If you are to believe her version of events, it will be hard for the Bills to justify not releasing the veteran. Miller is still on the run from the cops as an arrest warrant has been issued.
Here is what he is accused of doing via the Dallas Morning News.
Police allege in the court document that the argument, which started over upcoming travel plans, began about 10:40 a.m. in the main bedroom of their apartment. The woman then went into their home office and slammed the door, which the affidavit says made Miller “visibly angry.”
Miller then walked into the office and yelled at the woman to “get out,” the affidavit says. The woman tried to comply, but wanted time to retrieve some of her belongings, such as her laptop and phones.
As she was grabbing them, the affidavit says Miller shoved and pushed her. The woman repeatedly yelled “Stop, I’m pregnant.”
Miller continued to push the woman as he stepped on her feet, which caused her to fall back into a chair, the affidavit says. He then put a hand on her neck and applied pressure for 3 to 5 seconds, according to the affidavit, which police say caused pain but not difficulty breathing. As she continued to try to gather her belongings, Miller grabbed her phone, threw her laptop on the floor and stomped on it, the affidavit says.
As she tried to pick up her laptop, Miller yanked her hair, pulling a chunk of it out and causing her to collapse, the affidavit says. She got up and began to record Miller on her phone, which she put in her pocket, police wrote in the affidavit.
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The affidavit says Miller once again grabbed the woman again, pushed her onto a couch, wrapped both hands around her neck and applied pressure.
According to cops, they spotted “minor abrasions” on her left hand, as well as bruising on her stomach, left bicep, and neck that was consistent with strangulation. Denise recorded a part of the altercation and provided that to the police, along with a positive pregnancy test.
Under a new Texas law, Miller can be sentenced to two to ten years in prison if he knew Ms. Dense was pregnant at the time of the alleged assault.
Flip the pages for photos of Megan Denise.