Police have issued an arrest warrant for Earl Thomas in Austin, Texas. Seattle Seahawks Baltimore RavensSafety violated a court protection order by sending threatening emails to a mother about her children and her family. according to the Austin American-Statesman.
According to court records, Thomas was charged with a third degree felony for at most two violations within twelve months of a May 2021 protective order that stipulated he could only communicate via a co-parenting app.
Trey Dolezal represents Thomas in the ongoing divorce proceedings. The paper was told by Trey Dolezal that Thomas sought out the woman to visit their children. Nina Thomas filed for divorce in November 2020 from Earl Thomas.
Dolezal stated that the children were working together collectively and consciously to visit his children. “I don’t know how he could be in violation of his contract by working together for visits with his children.”
According to the paper, Thomas threatened her family via text messages. One message was sent on April 18, informing her that two handguns had been purchased by Thomas. The second message came later that day, in which he said he would “kick” her. [her] ass.”
Austin American-Statesman also cited court records that indicated Thomas was arrested on February 20, 2021 for a misdemeanor of unlawfully possessing a weapon. According to the paper Thomas agreed to surrender the weapon. The case was dropped a year later.
Thomas, who turns 33 next Saturday, stated to ESPN's Adam Schefter, April 22, that he is looking to restart his NFL career. The seven-time Pro Bowl winner and three-time First Team All-Pro was not able to play in a game since 2019, when he signed a five-year, $55million contract with Ravens free agency. After an altercation during which Thomas punched a teammate, Baltimore released him in August 2020. Chuck ClarkDuring a practice session at a training camp.
Nina Thomas will be retiring in April 2020 was arrested in AustinDuring a heated argument, she pointed a loaded pistol at Earl Thomas. After telling police that she was suspicious of her husband's cheating, she was charged with first-degree felony burglary of a dwelling with intent to commit aggravated attack with a deadly instrument.