Pryor is dealing with three expenses, together with easy assault, harassment and prison mischief.
WESTMORELAND COUNTY, Pa. — Former Ohio State quarterback and NFL participant Terrelle Pryor was arrested Wednesday and charged after allegedly assaulting his girlfriend and throwing pumpkins at her car, in line with Pennsylvania court docket data.
Pryor was arrested in Westmoreland County, which is southeast of Pittsburgh.
In Oct. 2020, Pryor and his girlfriend, Shalaya Briston, each pleaded responsible in a stabbing incident in Pittsburgh in Nov. 2019. Briston pleaded responsible to easy assault after Pryor was stabbed whereas he pleaded responsible to harassment.
In accordance with a court docket submitting, police had been referred to as to a dispute between Pryor and Briston at a house round 1 a.m. Wednesday.
When the officer arrived, Briston advised him she and Pryor had been at a bar collectively, left and each returned to the house.
Pryor went inside whereas she left, driving to a different bar.
Briston advised police Pryor started calling and texting her, resulting in an argument.
Pryor allegedly referred to as her 50 occasions and despatched greater than 30 unanswered textual content messages.
Briston advised the officer she stopped answering his messages, left the bar and returned to the house once more.
When she arrived, she went to the deck and was scared to go inside as a result of Pryor was there.
Pryor finally got here exterior and started shoving Briston. Courtroom data say he hit her within the head and face.
Police mentioned she had irritation, redness and bruising to her left eye.
Briston mentioned Pryor threw a deck chair on the girl as she ran to her SUV.
Pryor then threw pumpkins on the car, damaging the windshield.
This led Briston to name 911.
Pryor denied hitting his girlfriend however admitted to throwing the pumpkins, in line with what the officer mentioned within the criticism.
Pryor is charged with a second-degree misdemeanor cost of straightforward assault. He’s additionally dealing with abstract expenses, that are lower than a misdemeanor, of harassment and prison mischief.
Pryor was arraigned on Wednesday throughout a video convention from the Westmoreland County Jail and was launched.
Penn Township Police Chief John Otto advised 10TV Pryor had been cooperative and compliant.