Chiefs' Roy Miller arrested in Jacksonville on battery charge

Rosalie Stanley
November 13, 2017

The Kansas City Chiefs 320-pound nose tackle is accused of dragging his wife by her hair and ripping a braid from her head, ESPN reported after viewing the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office report.

The argument allegedly escalated into a physical confrontation and Nicole Miller told police her husband grabbed her by the hair, pushed her around, threw her phone into the toilet and prevented her from retrieving it.

Miller was told by the judge that any violence toward his wife would break the terms of his release, according to Chana. The report indicated that several kids were home at the time of the incident.

The judge said that the victim is no longer pressing charges against Miller. However, at least legally speaking, Roy Miller won't have to face a courtroom again until November 28.

A witness who was staying with the Millers said that she heard them arguing, so she ushered all the children to the other side of the house. He agreed to speak with police outside before being arrested.

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Miller was released on his own recognizance after an initial court appearance Saturday afternoon.

The Chiefs, who are off this week, said in statement to the Associated Press that they were aware of the incident and gathering facts.

With the AFC West-leading Chiefs (6-3) on a bye this week, Miller traveled to his home in Jacksonville.

Miller spent the first four years of his career with the Buccaneers before signing with the Jacksonville Jaguars in March 2013. The Chiefs signed him on August 2. "We will have no further comment at this time".

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