Antonio Andrews has been arrested in Nashville on several charges.
The former Tennessee Titans running back was arrested on Wednesday and charged with vandalism, harassment, aggravated stalking and violating a protective order.
It all stemed from a date with a woman that went terribly wrong after she wouldn’t give him access to her phone.
“The arrest of Andrews comes after he met a woman for drinks and dinner on April, 7. According to the affidavit, the woman brought Andrews back to his apartment in the 1500 block of Demonbreun Street.
Andrews asked the woman to see her phone, the affidavit stated. After not giving him the phone, the affidavit said that Andrews bit her nose, causing her to drop it. Andrews ran off into the parking garage. However, he was unable to get into the phone, the affidavit said.
According to the victim’s attorney, Andrews threw her phone across the garage and got into the vehicle where he stole the victim’s wallet, which included money, credit cards, driver’s license and passport. When Andrews threw phone across the parking garage, it resulted in the screen being cracked in multiple places.
When officers responded, Andrews had left the scene. When he talked with officers at first, he told them that he and the woman went to dinner and “while driving back to his apartment were trying to think of what else to do for the night,” the affidavit stated.
The affidavit stated that Andrews said the woman noticed his phone had several notifications from other women. According to him, that made her jealous. So, the affidavit stated, he tried to grab her phone.”
Andrews is also charged for violating an order of protection and for vandalism back on April 7th.
Back in 2015, he led the Titans in rushing with 520 yards on 143 carries. He played 34 career games with the Titans.