The Cleveland Browns have wasted no time in releasing a player from the team after some disgusting allegations.
The Cleveland Browns announced Wednesday they released defensive tackle Perrion Winfrey after Ed Gallek, Peggy Gallek, and Talia Naquin of Fox8 in Cleveland revealed he was being investigated by local police after a woman said he threatened her and a friend while he was in possession of a gun.
The report stated that two women said they saw Winfrey in a hotel lobby and one “yelled an insult to him when he didn’t respond.” The women then alleged Winfrey become upset and made a threat before he showed them he had a gun. The women also recording recorded part of the interaction on cellphone video so this will be hard for him to deny.
Winfrey was not at the scene when police arrived and he has not been arrested or charged with a crime.
This news comes just weeks after the fourth-round pick in the 2022 draft was the victim of an armed robbery in downtown Cleveland when he was confronted by a group of men with guns.
Last year, he appeared in 13 games and racked up 22 tackles, two passes defended, and half a sack.
No team is likely to touch him until this situation is resolved. It just may end his career.
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