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Report: Ravens Star Earl Thomas Held At Gunpoint By Wife After He Was Caught Cheating On Her

EarlThomasAccording to TMZ, Baltimore Ravens star Earl Thomas was held at gunpoint by his wife after he was discovered with multiple women on April 13 in the Austin, Texas area.

Nina Thomas – the all-pro’s wife – was arrested on burglary charges with intent to commit aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after she discover her husband (and his brother) in bed with another woman.

Per the TMZ report, Nina Thomas got into an argument with her husband, which forced him to leave the home. The ex-Seahawks star received a ride from his brother, Seth (remember that name) to another location.

Thanks to Snapchat, Mrs. Thomas was able to track her husband’s location. Eventually, she arrived to the location with two female acquaintances and pulled a 9mm Berretta on her husband, Earl as she discovered him in bed with other women…and his brother:

“We observed that a black female wearing an orange sweater with a knife in her hand, later identified as Nina Thomas, was chasing a shirtless black male, later identified as Earl Thomas, with a pistol in his hand around a vehicle.”

Why did this story happen to break nearly a month after the report was filed? Earl Thomas addressed the impending TMZ report on Instagram after a tip from his agent that story was going to drop:

In the video, Thomas says “stuff like this happens bro.” Well, that is a bit of a stretch considering Nina Thomas is reported threatening the other women by saying ““I got something for all you hoes!”….but alas, here we are.

Despite the drama, the seven-time Pro Bowler was not arrested.

Earl and Nina Thomas married in April 2016.

In a bizarre coincidence, the TMZ story dropped hours before Earl Thomas’s 31st birthday, which is on Thursday. His birthday will be filled with memes and jokes about Derrick Henry stiff-arming him into oblivion during last January’s AFC Divisional playoffs.

Happy Birthday?

 

 

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