Explicit Photo Accusation Haunts Newest Buffalo Bills Star
If you are a Buffalo Bills fan, all you have to do is look to the Cleveland Browns and Deshaun Watson and you may feel better about this story. However, if you are the team that just invested $120 million in a player that is being accused in court of distributing "sexually explicit photos," well then this may be a bit tougher to digest, especially if you expected this player to be the "defensive face" of the franchise.
According to friend of The Drive with Charlie & Dan, Matt Parrino of syracuse.com, Buffalo Bills defensive end Von Miller is facing a lawsuit in Los Angeles, California. The accuser is woman who alleges that the 33-year-old All Pro distributed sexually explicit photos of her, according to TMZ Sports. Miller allegedly sent two messages with photos taken during a relationship in 2020 to two unnamed celebrities.
According to Kieran Nicholson of denverpost.com, Miller and the woman were dating in 2020 when they “allegedly took personal and private photos together during sexual acts with the understanding they would never be shared,” according to TMZ. The lawsuit claims the first message was sent on May 7, 2020, allegedly saying: “This the (expletive) you want? You can have her dawg.” Nicholson reported that the woman is seeking monetary damages and a court to order Miller not to share the alleged photos.
The Buffalo Bills signed Von Miller to a six-year contract worth up to $120 million this March. Miller is coming off a Super Bowl victory after getting traded to the Los Angeles Rams by the Denver Broncos during last season.