Jets WR Threatened to Sexually Assault Cop's Wife

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His charges for that incident included felony resisting arrest with violence and obstruction of police. This one sounds a bit more serious, however, though little details are known at this point.

Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson was arrested on nine separate charges in Sunrise, Fla. on January 19, 2018. according to Broward County Sheriff's Office records. He was charged with fleeing and eluding police with lights and sirens active and threatening a public servant or family member, which are both felonies.

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A Sunrise police report said Anderson, 24, was stopped early Friday in a sport utility vehicle after it ran two red lights and was swerving while traveling about 105 m.p.h. "This is a pending legal matter and we will have no further comment", the Jets said in a statement. Anderson later told the officer that he was going to find his wife and "f-k her and nut her in the eye" once he was released from jail.

Anderson was not disciplined by the league for his May arrest.

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Hennessy said Anderson "began to brace, tense and refuse to get into the back" of his police auto. "He continued to make other verbal threats toward my family". 'Based on his statements, ' the report reads, 'it was clear that he meant to sexually assault my wife. He made the team in 2016 as an undrafted free agent out of Temple.

He's scheduled to appear in court for a trial hearing on March 19 for that case.

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Robby Anderson #11 of the New York Jets takes off his helmet during the first half of the game at MetLife Stadium on November 2, 2017 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.