KC Chiefs Player Arrested on Domestic Battery Charges

Beth Cruz
November 13, 2017

She said Roy threw her phone in the toilet and physically restrained her from retrieving it.

The two began to argue when Roy Miller arrived, according to the report, and the confrontation turned physical.

Nicole Miller also had a small abrasion on her face and a scratch on the back of her neck, according to the police report.

The judge said that the victim is no longer pressing charges against Miller.

When police arrived, Roy was found sleeping in the master bedroom.

Another witness, who told police she had been staying with couple, said she ushered the children to the other side of the house when the argument began. The witness then heard a door slam shut, and heard "thumping" coming from inside the room, as if someone was being hit, and heard Nicole tell Roy not to hit her again. He agreed to speak with police outside before being arrested.

With the AFC West-leading Chiefs (6-3) on a bye this week, Miller traveled to his home in Jacksonville.

A former Jaguars defensive player was arrested in Duval County this weekend on a domestic battery charge.

The Chiefs, who are off this week, said in statement to the Associated Press that they were aware of the incident and gathering facts. He was a third-round pick by Tampa Bay in 2009.

Miller appeared in court Saturday afternoon and released on his own recognizance. They declined any further comment.

Miller played four seasons (2013-2016) with the Jacksonville Jaguars before being released on March 12.

Miller signed with the Chiefs as a free agent in August.

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