Footage Shows Ex NFL Star Mario Williams Confronting Ex-GF Prior to Arrest for Trespassing

The former Buffalo Bills player was arrested and booked into the Harris County Jail for entering his ex-girlfriend’s home in Katy, Texas without permission.

AceShowbizMario Williams was arrested on Tuesday, August 20 on misdemeanor criminal trespassing charges. According to court documents, the 34-year-old former NFL athlete entered his ex-girlfriend’s home in the Houston suburb of Katy, Texas, without her permission. TMZ additionally reported that he managed to break in by “making a copy of the resident’s garage door opener using a universal garage door opener.”

The publication also obtained video footage of the moment when Mario successfully sneaked into his ex-girlfriend and baby mama’s home. He was seen furiously accusing the woman of using their child’s iPad to gain access to the content of his iCloud, to which the woman adamantly denied. She also repeatedly demanded that Mario get out of her home.

Instead of doing as requested, Mario continued arguing with the woman, leading the man to call police and report her over the iCloud break-in. Police eventually came, but arrested Mario instead. He was booked into the Harris County Jail and was released after posting a $100 bond. Mario was also ordered to undergo a mental evaluation.

This is apparently not the first time Mario’s relationship with his baby mama turned into a legal trouble. Prior to this, it’s reported that the woman filed a restraining order against the athlete.

Playing college football for North Carolina State University, Mario was selected first overall by the Houston Texans in the 2006 NFL Draft. He played six seasons with the Texans before moving onto the Buffalo Bills in 2012 and the the Miami Dolphins in 2016. His deal with the Buffalo Bills at the time became a hot topic as he signed a six-year contract worth up to $100 million with the team.

Over 11 NFL seasons, Mario recorded 97.5 sacks, four Pro Bowl selections and one All-Pro selection. He made approximately more than $120 million playing football.

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