CINCINNATI — (AP) — Cincinnati Bengals running back Joe Mixon has been accused in a warrant of pointing a weapon at a lady and undermining her, as per court reports.
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Mixon faces a crime accusation of bother threatening, as per the reports documented Thursday in Hamilton Province Civil Court and got by The Related Press. No lawyer is recorded for him in court records.
As per the warrant, Mixon pointed the firearm at the lady and told her, “You ought to be popped in the face. I ought to shoot you, the police (can’t) get me.”
The occurrence happened on Jan. 21, the day preceding the Bengals beating the Bison Bills in a divisional-round season finisher game.
The 26-year-old Mixon scrambled for 814 yards and seven scores this season, his 6th. He additionally had 60 gatherings for 441 yards, vocational highs, and two scores.
A second-round draft chosen from Oklahoma in 2017, Mixon has enjoyed his whole vocation with Cincinnati and scrambled for professional highs of 1,205 yards and 13 scores in 2021.
In 2014, when he was 18, Mixon smacked a female Oklahoma understudy directly upside the head, an assault caught on reconnaissance video. He was suspended from the football crew for a year and entered an Alford supplication, where a litigant doesn’t concede culpability yet recognizes adequate proof for a conviction. He got a conceded sentence and was requested to perform local area administration and go through guiding.
The episode hurt his remaining in the draft, with a few groups saying they passed on him due to worries about his personality.