Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant was questioned by Texas police in 2011 regarding an alleged incident in a Wal-Mart parking lot where a woman was allegedly dragged out of one vehicle and into another by a black male. However, a newly-released police report of the incident
showed that cops determined Dez did not commit a crime.
The report surfaces as rumors of a parking lot surveillance video allegedly showing the incident has yet to materialize.
The report, from July 11, 2011, shows someone went to Wal-Mart security and said they witnessed a black man drag a woman out of a car around 6 a.m. The victim is listed as Ilyne Nash, who is Dez Bryant’s long-time girlfriend and mother of two of his children.
In the report, first published by NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport, cops say a car registered to Bryant was at the scene in the parking lot, and Dez later arrived to the scene in another car with the alleged victim. Police say they interviewed several people at the scene, including Bryant, but determined no crime had been committed.
According to the report, Nash said she got into an argument with a man named Alex Penson, but was adamant she was not assaulted or injured. Nash says after the argument, she went to a friend’s house and contacted Dez to pick her up.
In the report cops say, “After speaking with all parties involved, it was determined that there was no offense. All parties were advised they were free to go.”