Tre’Von Johnson undrafted out of Kent State in 2017 and thus began his short time of being a journeymen in the National Football League. In the midst of his short stints with the Arizona Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys, and Seattle Seahawks, the next phase of his career would bring him to the Los Angeles Chargers.
After being signed to a Reserve/Future contract in January, controversy would kick off back in March when a domestic dispute between him and a family member would leave him gasping for air and his sister in handcuffs.
“The sister of LA Chargers linebacker Tre’Von Johnson was arrested back in March after cops say she choked the NFL player in a fight over laundry … TMZ Sports has learned.
According to police documents, Tre’Von and his sister, Tkeyah Johnson, got into a scrap when she wanted to wash her clothes at Tre’Von’s Denton County, Texas home … but he prevented her.
Cops say Tkeyah grabbed Tre’Von by his neck in a rage over not being allowed access to the washing machine … and when he had trouble breathing — he pushed her, causing her to fall to the floor.
Cops say marks were visible on Tre’Von … and when they determined on the scene that Tkeyah was the primary aggressor in the altercation — they arrested her.”
Tkeyah was charged with domestic assault involving choking which is a felony in Texas. She would later bond out.
24-year-old Tre’Von played in 4 games for the Chargers this past season.