Chiefs' Roy Miller Arrested for Domestic Battery in Florida

Doug Mendoza
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 two began to argue when Roy Miller arrived, according to the report, and the confrontation turned physical.

According to police reports, Miller is accused of dragging his wife by the hair, tearing a braid from her hair, and almost ripping her shirt. The report indicated that several kids were home at the time of the incident. Roy Miller also allegedly tossed her phone in the toilet and would not let her immediately retrieve it.

National Football League veteran Roy Miller III was sleeping.

At some point, a bedroom door slammed and she heard "thumping" coming from inside the room as if someone was being hit. He agreed to speak with police outside.

There is no other information at this time, but the Chiefs are aware of the incident. "We are still in the process of gathering details on the situation".

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Per the news story from NBC affiliate WTLV, Miller was charged and will appear before a judge on Saturday, so more details will be forthcoming.

Miller, who now plays for the Kansas City Chiefs, was released by the Jaguars in March after four seasons with the team.

A former Jaguars defensive player was arrested in Duval County this weekend on a domestic battery charge. They declined any further comment.

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

The Chiefs signed Miller back in August.

Other reports by GizPress

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