Linebacker Willie Gay of the Kansas City Chiefs has been arrested on charges of damaging property. A court date is scheduled for Thursday.
Munich – Unwanted trouble for the Kansas City Chiefs ahead of their AFC Divisional Round game against the Buffalo Bills: linebacker Willie Gay was arrested Wednesday night on a charge of criminal damage to property. This was announced by the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office.
In the indictment, Gay is accused of damaging property with a value of less than 1,000 US dollars. “Willie was visiting at his son’s house,” Gay’s agent Max Lepselter said. “He and the mother got into an argument where he damaged her hoover. No one was hurt, nothing more happened than a broken appliance.”
Gay has a court appearance at noon American time on Thursday. His team has been informed of the arrest and has yet to comment on the matter.
The linebacker has played in 12 games for the Chiefs so far in the 2021 season. In the process, he has 48 tackles, 0.5 sacks and two interceptions.