In August, Roscoe Parrish, a former Buffalo Bills recipient and kick-returner, was arrested in Florida after allegedly duping his ex-girlfriend and her daughter
Police video of the recent arrest of the former recipient of the Buffalo Bills recipient Roscie Parrish has come forward and shows the 37-year plea: & # 39; I live a clean life & # 39; while being arrested during a traffic stop on accusation of stalking and threatening a former girlfriend.
After being persuaded on August 12 for a traffic violation in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Parrish seemed to be cooperating with the police, but insisted that he had no idea of the other open charges.
At some point you can hear Parrish say: & # 39; I'm literally confused. & # 39;
Parrish also explained to the officers that he previously played for the accounts.
& # 39; I am retired, & # 39; Parrish said. & # 39; I live a clean life … I played in the NFL! & # 39;
& # 39; No s ***? & # 39; said an officer. & # 39; Who did you play for? & # 39;
& # 39; Buffalo Bills and I went to the University of Miami, & # 39; an excited Parrish answered.
Parrish was accused of written threats to kill and aggravated domestic violence, according to court records.
After being persuaded on August 12 for a traffic violation in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Parrish seemed to be working with the police, but insisted that he had no idea of the other open charges.
At some point you can hear Parrish say: & # 39; I'm literally confused & # 39;
He had insisted that he never make any threat, but according to legal documents obtained by TMZ, Parrish & # 39; s ex-girlfriend claims that he has written several threatening messages to her and her daughter.
& # 39; You don't listen oh, and make sure you tell your ugly a ** daughter to watch out im commig for her haha, from your ex, & # 39; read one of the alleged messages from Parrish.
Another message reportedly ready: & # 39; I'm killing your stupid ** daughter. & # 39;
Known for his blazing-fast 40-yard dash time at the NFL Draft Combine in 2005 (4.37 seconds), Parrish was actually a trackster at the University of Miami, where he participated in the 60 meters, 100 meters and 200 meters.
After leaving the court to focus on football, the 5-foot-10 Parrish was chosen in the second round of the 2005 NFL Draft, and eventually split the time between wide receiver, point return and kick return.
He left Buffalo to Tampa Bay in 2012, but has never had much impact. Parrish ended his football career with 134 receptions for 1,502 yards and seven touchdowns. He also added one touchdown on the ground and three more on point tours.
Parrish was one of several players who sued the NFL in 2012 and accused the competition of recklessly handing out painkillers.
& # 39; I had knee problems in 2010, so I started, I'm not sure, I think it was Vicodins in a little white envelope. I played that game without pain, so it became routine, "Parrish said, as quoted by the Associated Press.
& # 39; I have never seen a bottle. They were always in envelopes, & Parrish said. & # 39; I got used to (Buffalo trainer) Bud Carpenter who gave me painkillers and did not teach myself. The only thing I cared about was playing. & # 39;
Carpenter denied Parrish's allegations by a team spokesperson.
After leaving the court to focus on football, the 5-foot-10 Parrish was chosen in the second round of the NFL Draft 2005, and the interval between receiver, point return and kick return
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