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Bills’ Von Miller turns himself in to Dallas police after assaulting pregnant girlfriend

Buffalo Bills linebacker Von Miller has turned himself in after an arrest warrant was issued for assaulting his longtime girlfriend Wednesday morning at his apartment in Dallas, Rebecca Lopez of WFAA-TV reported.

Miller was taken to the DeSoto Police Department jail to be processed, where he almost immediately posted a $5,000 bond and was released from custody.

Below is Miller’s mugshot via the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office.

According to a statement from Dallas police, officers responded to the 3100 block of North Harwood Street at about 11 a.m. Central time Wednesday for a major disturbance call.

“The preliminary investigation determined the suspect, 34-year-old Vonnie Miller, and the victim got into a verbal argument and the suspect assaulted the victim,” Dallas police said in the statement. “Miller left the scene before officers arrived. The victim was not transported to a hospital, but was treated for minor injuries.”


According to The Dallas Morning News, which obtained the arrest-warrant affidavit, the incident started as an argument over travel plans.

Miller shoved the woman, who repeatedly yelled, “Stop, I’m pregnant,” per the affidavit.

Miller then got angry when she moved to a different room and slammed a door, and he told her to leave, according to the affidavit.

As the woman tried to gather her belongings, Miller “grabbed her phone, threw her laptop on the floor, and stomped on it,” the affidavit stated.

Miller additionally pulled her hair and applied pressure to her neck, the affidavit said. She then began to record the incident. He left when she said she called the police.

Dallas police said in the statement that the investigation is ongoing