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NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Terrell Owens, a former wide receiver in the NFL, got into a violent argument in his neighborhood on Wednesday night.
After the cops had come, Owens, an NFL player for 15 years, started filming the argument with the woman.
Terrell Owens, #81 of the Dallas Cowboys, is introduced at Texas Stadium in Irving, Texas, during the Cowboys’ 20-8 victory over the New York Giants. (Image courtesy of Getty Images and James D. Smith/Icon SMI/Icon Sport Media) )
A lady can be heard telling police that Owens “rolled down his window and started bothering me” in the footage that Owens captured.
She’s accusing me of speeding while I’m heading to my mailbox, Owens told the cops. I was being warned to slow down.
When she told Owens to slow down, she claims he ran a stop sign and almost hit her with the car before getting out.
Terrell Owens celebrates the conclusion of a game on the field at the Bumpboxx Honors 75th Anniversary Of Jackie Robinson Breaking The Color Barrier With Celebrity Softball Game At Jackie Robinson Field at Jackie Robinson Stadium on July 17, 2022 in Los Angeles. (Image courtesy of Getty Images/Unique Nicole)
The woman in the video told the authorities, “I urged him to slow down, and he got out of his car and he started harassing me.
The woman yelled at Owens, “You didn’t have to get out of your f—-ing car.” You’re a Black man approaching a White woman, I tell you.
As the woman sobs in front of the police officers as Owens is shooting the footage, he calls her “Karen” several times.
THERE IS A KAREN! video caption says on Instagram Owens “Wow!! Just another typical night for a black man in America. I’d like to say I can’t believe it, but you guys already know.”
Nearly eleven minutes of the film go by without any indication of whether any citations were given.
On December 6, 2021, in Orchard Park, New York, Terrell Owens reacts before a game between the Buffalo Bills and the New England Patriots at Highmark Stadium. Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images provided the image.
The location of the occurrence is likewise unknown. There is a South Florida address for Owens.
Since 2010, when he played 14 games for the Cincinnati Bengals, Owens hasn’t competed in the NFL. With 15,934 yards and 153 touchdowns in his career, Owens is recognized as one of the greatest wide receivers of all time.
He ranks third in NFL history for receiving yards with 15,934 behind Jerry Rice and Larry Fitzgerald. With 1,078 career catches, Owens is eighth in career receptions.
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