Chiefs lineman Isaiah Buggs turns self in on misdemeanor ruthlessness to animal charges in Alabama

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Kansas City Chiefs protective lineman Isaiah Buggs turned himself in to the Tuscaloosa County Jail on Thursday on misdemeanor animal ruthlessness charges.

Buggs was lateron launched on $600 bond for 2 counts of ruthlessness to canines in the 2nd degree.

The Tuscaloosa Police Department discovered 2 petdogs that were “seriously malnourished” and “emaciated” March 28 on the back deck of a home that Buggs hadactually leased, according to court files. The court filings reported that a next-doorneighbor stated a pitbull and a Rotweiler mix hadactually been left there for at least 10 days and hadactually no gainaccessto to food or water.

The pitbull was ultimately euthanized. Witnesses stated Buggs had moved out of the home on or about March 19.

A Chiefs representative stated the group was conscious of the circumstance, however decreased to remark.

Buggs’ representative, Trey Robinson, released a declaration this week stating that the gamer “vehemently rejects” the accusations and that the canines didn’t belong to him.

“Under no scenarios does Mr. Buggs excuse the mistreatment of any animal,” Robinson stated, decreasing to response more concerns.

Robinson stated Buggs didn’t understand they were still on the home and is the target of a “subversive project” to shut down a hookah lounge he owns.

The 27-year-old Buggs is a previous Alabama gamer who invested 3 seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers and 2 with the Detroit Lions. He signedupwith the Super Bowl champ Chiefs in January as a practice team gamer and got a futures agreement in February.

Reporting by The Associated Press.

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