Chiefs' Roy Miller arrested, charged with domestic battery

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Chiefs' Roy Miller arrested, charged with domestic battery

The Chiefs are now on a bye week, but are slated to resume play on November 19, when they will face the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. She said she and Roy went on a date night to the Jacksonville Zoo. She later took her own Uber back home and found that he had not yet arrived.

According to the report, Nicole Miller had a braid torn from the back of her head. She was also missing hair and her shirt was almost ripped off. She told police that Miller had barricaded himself in their bedroom.

The two began to argue when Roy Miller arrived, according to the report, and the confrontation turned physical. He spent the previous four seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars. She then saw Nicole come from the room with visible injuries, which she did not have before entering the bedroom. She said she heard the victim tell the suspect not to hit her again. He agreed to speak with police outside before being arrested.

DCF was notified via phone due to the fact that children were present due to the incident.

He was scheduled to have his first appearance in court at 1 p.m. ET. He was held in jail without bond until he appeared in court Saturday afternoon.

The judge ordered that Miller be released that day and said that he is allowed to make contact with his wife, but that any violence toward her will break his release. Roy Miller also allegedly tossed her phone in the toilet and would not let her immediately retrieve it.

Miller, 30, is being investigated for domestic battery by the state attorney's office in Florida.

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