Dez Bryant isn’t in trouble at the mall this time.
Nope, the Dallas Cowboys wide receiver has a potentially more troubling issue on his hands now. Bryant was arrested today in DeSoto, Texas, according to the Dallas Morning News, and KDFW-TV reports he is facing a Class A family violence charge. That means it’s a domestic violence issue for Bryant.
A female family member was assaulted and Bryant turned himself into authorities.
It’s been a relatively quiet offseason for Bryant, you know, compared to a year ago when he was chased all over by creditors who claimed Bryant owed them money. We’ll see where this heads. The Cowboys are counting on a big season from Bryant.
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