Warrant For Arrest of Bills LB Von Miller Has Been Issued; Accused of Beating On Baby Mama

Published by: AK98

All-Pro linebacker Von Miller of the Buffalo Bills surrendered to authorities on Thursday following the issuance of an arrest warrant related to accusations of assaulting his pregnant girlfriend.

Authorities in Glenn Heights, Texas (a suburb of Dallas) confirmed that Miller voluntarily appeared late in the afternoon to respond to allegations of a third-degree felony assault against a pregnant woman. This charge could lead to a prison term ranging between  2-10 years and a fine of up to $10,000. He was detained at the DeSoto Tri-City Jail with a bond set at $5,000 and was released shortly thereafter.

Earlier, the Dallas Police Department had verified the existence of the warrant regarding an assualt, initially reported by WFAA in Dallas.

On Wednesday, around 11 a.m. CT, Dallas police were called to a major disturbance call. The preliminary findings reported Miller and the woman were involved in a verbal dispute that escalated to physical assault.

The obtained affidavit of the arrest warrant revealed the woman and Miller have been in a relationship for seven years and share children. She also informed the police that she is six weeks pregnant. The father is assumed to be Miller.

The conflict, according to the affidavit, started around 10:40 a.m. CT when the woman was discussing her travel plans. She left the bedroom, slamming the office door on her way out, which set Miller off. He then followed her, demanding she leave. As she was gathering her belongings, Miller allegedly pushed her and attempted to record the altercation. The woman, fearing danger, pleaded, “Stop, I’m pregnant!”

The affidavit details that Miller stepped on her feet as he pushed her around, eventually choking her for around five seconds. Weirdly, she said it caused pain but not difficulty breathing, possibly trying to protect Miller by minimizing his assault. He also reportedly damaged her phone and laptop, pulled her hair (resulting in some of it being torn out), and later pushed her onto a couch and choked her again. When the woman threatened to call the police, Miller left the residence. 

When police arrived, they observed “minor abrasions” and bruises to her neck from “injuries consistent with applied pressure to the neck.” They also photographed bruises to her left bicep and abdomen that scream “assualt”; clearly, she had been roughed up. She identified both herself and Miller in a 911 call, and provided a screenshot of a positive pregnancy test and a text exchange with Miller discussing due dates and possible doctors.

The woman was treated for minor injuries on the scene, and the investigation is still active.


The Bills and NFL have both acknowledged the situation. 

The Bills stated:

“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.”

The NFL stated:

“We are aware of the matter and have been in contact with the club. We will follow all legal developments. We have no further comment at this time.”

In a text to WFAA in Dallas, the woman referred to the incident as a “huge misunderstanding,” claiming that no assault took place. As mentioned before, she seems to be attempting to protect Miller from legal discipline, most likely out of fear of physical & financial repercussions.

The now 34-year old Miller had been previously investigated back in 2021 in Parker, Colorado. Although, no charges were filed and details were not disclosed. The former All-Pro joined the Bills in 2022 with a contract valued at $120 million over six years. Miller has participated in 19 games for the Bills, including eight in the current season following recovery from an ACL injury. Miller holds the record for most career sacks in the Super Bowl (4.5), tying Hall of Famer Charles Haley, despite playing in three fewer games than Haley. 

The Bills (6-6) are currently licking their wounds during their bye week. After an overtime loss to the NFL’s top team the Philadelphia Eagles, the Bills are outside of the playoffs, looking in. One of the Super Bowl favorites at the beginning of the season, Buffalo fired their offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey and slid back to second place in the AFC East. The overpaid Miller has been an injury prone absentee for most of the Bills important games, including all their playoffs. Yet Miller continues to plea to fans, coaches, and the organization that he isn’t washed up:

“I know I can still play..”

Beating on his baby mama is certainly not going to help him plead his case.