Jeff Gladney will find himself out of the league if the below charges are proven to be true.
On Monday, J.D. Miles reported that the Minnesota Vikings cornerback turned himself in to police in Dallas Country and posted $10,000 bond for a third-degree family violence charge.
“I’ve learned from sources that #MinnesotaVikings Cornerback Jeff Gladney has turned himself into the Dallas County Jail after the #NFL player posted a $10,000 bond on a charge 3rd degree felony family violence assault.”
Gladney faces up to 2-10 years in prison if convicted after an incident that happened on April 2nd.
“The NFL Cornerback now faces up to 2-10 years in prison if convicted after an incident that happened on April 2nd That’s when a 22-year-old woman, who says she was in a relationship with Gladney, told police they got into an altercation over text messages she was receiving.”
Miles added that Gladney is being accused of hitting the accuser with closed fists, choking her and dragging her by the hair while driving with her outside his vehicle. The woman claims that Gladney was “pulling (her) by her hair trying to hold her still in order to get the Face ID to work.”
The 24-year-old appeared in all 16 games for the Vikings last season, recording 81 tackles, no interceptions, a forced fumble and three passes defended.