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Von Miller Turns Himself In on Domestic Violence Charge

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Von Miller Turns Himself In on Domestic Violence Charge

Von Miller Turns Himself In on Domestic Violence Charge

Von Miller Turns Himself In , on Domestic Violence Charge.

The Buffalo Bills linebacker turned himself in on Nov.

30.

He was released shortly after on a $5,000 bond.

Miller has been charged with "third-degree felony assault of a pregnant woman," ESPN reports.

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If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison and a fine of $10,000.

ESPN reports that Dallas Police responded to a disturbance call at 11 a.m.

On Nov.

29.

Miller and the pregnant woman got into an argument, at which point the football player allegedly assaulted her.

Police observed "minor abrasions" on the woman's hand, as well as "injuries consistent with applied pressure on the neck" and bruising to her abdomen and arm, ESPN reports.

.

Miller and the woman have been together for seven years.

They have other children together as well.

The Bills issued a statement on Nov.

30.

This morning, we were made aware of an incident involving Von Miller.

We are in the process of gathering more information and will have no further comment at this point, Buffalo Bills, via statement


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