On Thursday, Haskins was arrested in Davidson County and charged with felony aggravated assault by strangulation. His girlfriend was also charged in the incident.
On June 22, Haskins reportedly got into a disagreement with his girlfriend, Makiah Green. The argument began when Haskins noticed that his girlfriend “liked” another man’s Instagram photo, according to ESPN.
Green reportedly threw Haskins’ shoes on the floor. He allegedly told her to stop, and when she didn’t, Haskins shoved her to the ground. Haskins then used both hands to strangle her, according to the police report. The couple allegedly slapped each other.
Green provided police with photos of bruising to her right arm and cheek, red marks on the front of her neck, and a scratch on the side of her neck, according to The Tennessean.
According to the affidavit, Green grabbed a knife and threatened to slash the tires of Haskins’ car, but she stopped after Haskins cocked a gun and said, “I wish you would.”
There was reportedly a second incident on Thursday.
Haskins allegedly left Green at a restaurant, and she was forced to take a ride-sharing service back home. Upon returning home, Green reportedly threw a glass at Haskins and then hid in the bedroom.
Green reportedly grabbed Haskins’ phone and saw Snapchat notifications with photos of naked women. She then shattered Haskins’ cell phone, broke his PlayStation 5 video game console, and assaulted him, according to police.
“The Davidson County prosecutor dealing with the case concluded in the affidavit that there is probable cause to believe Haskins did unlawfully strangle Green, and Green did unlawfully damage Haskins’ property, place her hands around his neck, and hit him with a broom,” The Tennessean reported. Haskins allegedly provided police with videos of Green hitting him with a broom.
Haskins allegedly kicked down the bedroom door, and Green is said to rip a $5,000 chain off the football player’s neck.
Green was arrested and reportedly charged with assault with a deadly weapon and felony vandalism. She posted a $7,500 bond and was released on Thursday.
Haskins, a fourth-round pick out of Michigan in 2022, was released after posting a $10,000 bond on Thursday.
Haskins, 23, and Green, 20, are scheduled for court appearances on July 10.
The Titans released a statement Friday night that read: “We are aware of the situation and gathering additional information.”
Last season, Haskins appeared in 15 games for the Titans, including one start. Haskins totaled 25 carries and 93 rushing yards. He returned 19 kickoffs for 414 return yards in 2022.
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