A lawyer filed a criminal complaint against Aaron Donald, a Los Angeles Rams sender of the Pass-Rusher, with Pittsburgh Police on Wednesday, saying the defense department had said it was a criminal complaint. And others attacked his 26-year-old clientele at an after-hours club last weekend.
Attorney Todd J. Hollis said his client, De̵7;Vincent Spriggs, required 16 stitches and suffered from a broken orbital bone, a broken nose, a concussion and a sprained or broken arm. The alleged attack took place around 3am on Sunday, Hollis said, and lawyers released pictures showing Spriggs with facial injuries and swelling.
According to Hollis Spriggs, Donald accidentally crashed and an incident took place inside the Boom Boom Room nightclub, causing both parties to be asked to leave.
“When they were outside, Mr. Donald walked up to Mr. Spriggs and Mr. Spriggs was punched and beaten again by Mr. Donald and the people who were part of his group,” said Hawkeye. Lalis told ESPN.
Hollis said his client provided information to Pittsburgh police about the incident on Wednesday.
Pittsburgh Police said detectives are reviewing the complaint and video footage and are consulting with the district attorney’s office to determine if charges are guaranteed.
The NFL said it would. “Consider this to understand the facts.” Seven times with 85.5 professional sacks.
“We are collecting additional information and will have no further comment at this time,” the Rams statement said.
Donald, 29, is a Pittsburgh native and is a university player at Pitt, where he often trains during the off-season. He also has a number of charitable endeavors in the area.
The Rams picked Donald with a 13th overall pick in the 2014 draft.He is in the midst of a six-year $ 135 million extension.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.