Cops Have Been Called To Rams RB Tre Mason’s Home 5 Times in 4 Months; Family is Extremely Concerned
Los Angeles Rams running back Tre Mason has his family extremely concerned for his mental health as cops have been called to his place of residence 5 times in the last 4 months.
“The latest incident occurred on Saturday — multiple units responded to Mason’s family home in Florida in the middle of the afternoon. We know Mason was NOT arrested — but there seems to be a bigger problem.
Mason’s family is concerned about his mental health — citing a string of bizarre behavior and angry outbursts … and they’re worried for his personal safety.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Dept. has been called to the home 5 times since March 28th — and at least once, Mason agreed to check into a facility to resolve the situation.
From the info we’ve gathered, Mason has NEVER been accused of hurting anyone. However, on one occasion, a family member told cops she didn’t want Tre to leave the house because he hadn’t slept in days and she was worried “he will get hurt.”
Before the issues at his home, Mason was arrested in Hollywood, FL on March 5th after he was pulled over for speeding — and was tased when he refused to get out of the car.”
Tre Mason’s playing future for the Rams was already in question way before these incidents as his career has struggled to take off since being selected in the 3rd round of the 2014 NFL draft. Right now, his mental health is more important than a roster spot on a football team. Hopefully, he can get the help he so desperately needs.