Former Bears Receiver David Terrell Lands in Serious Legal Trobule

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Former Chicago Bears receiver David Terrell was arrested Friday and charged with domestic battery after he threatened to throw his ex-girlfriend off a balcony during an argument at his apartment in Chicago.

Terrell, 33, is charged with misdemeanor domestic battery. He looked to the floor and shook his head in Cook County bond court as a prosecutor summarized the allegations against him.

Terrell was arrested Friday afternoon at his apartment building in the 1700 block of South Michigan Avenue, where his unit appears to be on the 33rd floor, according to court records. The alleged incident occurred about 2:30 a.m. Friday.

The ex-girlfriend told police that she had just ended a seven-month relationship with Terrell, sparking an argument that escalated when Terrell allegedly grabbed her, causing bruises on her upper arms, chest and neck, according to court records.

The woman, 25, told police Terrell swore at her and said, “I’ll throw you off the balcony and say you jumped,” according to court records.

Well, I see Terrell has read the Suge Knight handbook on conflict resolution. Terrell’s lawyer says they will fight the charges and prove his innocence.

Terrell’s attorney, Shady Yassin, declined to speak in detail about the case after the hearing but said, “We intend to prove he’s innocent of these allegations.”

Good luck with that.

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