Chiefs DT Isaiah Buggs allegedly dragged mother of his child down the stairs before arrest: TMZ report

Isaiah Buggs with Lombardi Trophy (Credits: Isaiah Buggs
Isaiah Buggs with Lombardi Trophy (Credits: Isaiah Buggs' X account @BigPooh_91)

Isaiah Buggs made headlines earlier this week after being arrested for the second time within a month. The Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle was arrested by the Tuscaloosa Police on Sunday and charged with burglary and domestic violence. Now new details have emerged regarding Buggs’ arrest.

As per TMZ, Buggs broke into his ex-girlfriend’s house in the early hours of Sunday morning. The 2024 Super Bowl winner confronted the mother of his child with a tire iron and then proceeded to act violently.

The documents from the Tuscaloosa Police Dept. obtained by TMZ, state:

“The woman (Isaiah Buggs’ ex-girlfriend) then claimed Buggs dragged her down the stairs ... causing her to break off several "clip-on toenails."

The documents also indicate that the woman had "scratch marks" on her wrist from the altercation.

After being arrested, the Chiefs man was charged with a second-degree offense in both burglary and domestic violence. The Chiefs man's bond money was set at $5,000 by the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff's Office.

What was the first arrest of Isaiah Buggs?

In late May, the Tuscaloosa Police Department filed two misdemeanor warrants against Isaiah Buggs. According to the warrants, Buggs was accused of mistreating two dogs. A pit bull and a rottweiler were found on a porch rented by the Chiefs’ man with no access to food or water.

Isiah Buggs turned himself in to the police department in response to the warrants on May 30. He was charged and booked for animal cruelty with his security bond set at $600. Buggs was released the same day and is awaiting the court proceedings in this case.

"Under no circumstances does Mr. Buggs condone the mistreatment of any animal. The dogs at issue did not belong to him, and he was unaware they remained at the property in question," Isiah Buggs' agent, Trey Robinson, said in a statement.

However, the charges that have been filed against him recently are much more serious and will give cause for concern to the Chiefs.

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