Another former Baylor football player is in trouble with the law. This time, it is former tight end Tre’Von Armstead.
According to a report from TMZ Sports, Armstead is being booked for battery domestic violence, resisting arrest and damaging a police car after a wild scene outside of a hotel in Las Vegas.
Per the report, Armstead pushed a woman before resisting arrest.
Once he was eventually restrained and placed in the back of a police vehicle, Armstead managed to kick out the back window.
From TMZ Sports:
But Monday morning in Vegas, Armstead found himself in trouble again … when police officers say they watched the 6’6″, 280 pound tight end push a woman in front of The Cromwell Hotel.
Law enforcement sources tell us officers confronted Armstead and tried to arrest him but he resisted.
When they finally put him into the police car, we’re told he kicked out the back window.
Armstead was named in a rape investigation in 2013, at the height of the Baylor sexual assault scandal, and, of course, the school did not follow proper procedure and nothing was done for nearly two years.
Eventually, Armstead was dismissed from the program for a “violation of team rules.”