NFL Star Denies Allegations, Continues to Play
Buffalo Bills’ linebacker Von Miller is facing charges of third-degree felony assault against a pregnant woman. If convicted, he could face up to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. Miller, 34, denies the allegations, stating, “All of it is incorrect and untrue.”
Denial and Confidence
During a recent interview, Miller expressed confidence in his innocence, stating, “I know who I am. I know my character. I know the type of person that I am.” He also emphasized his understanding of the seriousness of the situation, stating, “It’s not a funny situation.”
Details of the Allegations
The alleged assault involved Miller putting his hands on the woman’s neck, pulling out a chunk of her hair, and throwing her onto a couch. The woman, who has been in a relationship with Miller for seven years, sustained minor injuries, including bruising on her neck.
Continued NFL Investigation
The NFL has been conducting its own investigation into the allegations against Miller. Despite the charges, the Buffalo Bills have chosen to allow him to continue playing.
Impressive Career and Accomplishments
Miller, who joined the Bills in 2022 after signing a lucrative six-year, $120 million deal, is considered one of the top players in the NFL. With 123.5 sacks, he holds the record for the most sacks among active players. Throughout his career, Miller has played for the Denver Broncos and the Los Angeles Rams.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.