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UPDATE (Saturday, February 7) Joseph Randle’s attorney Gary Ayers denies that the Dallas Cowboys running back threatened his former girlfriend or pulled a gun during an incident that led to his arrest on a marijuana possession charge that was later dropped.

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Ayers said in a statement:

 “Joseph Randle regrets that he was recently involved in a party in a Wichita, Kansas hotel that ended with the Wichita Police being called. There are no criminal charges. A woman who was present at the party has filed a protection from abuse lawsuit, which Randle believes to have no merit. Randle asked the woman to leave the party and go home, which she refused to do. Contrary to the woman’s allegations, Randle did not threaten her or brandish a gun at any time. Randle has retained counsel who will contact the Wichita police to offer cooperation with any further investigation they may want to conduct. Until that time, Randle has been advised by counsel to not discuss the incident. He very much appreciates the many statements of support from his family, friends, and fans.” READ MORE

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM)– Wichita Police have dropped the marijuana possession charge against Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle.

But police say that’s because they are reviewing the case that has made national headlines involving Randle’s ex-girlfriend and whether Randle should face more serious charges.

Dalia Jacobs was overcome with emotion when recalling the early Tuesday morning incident at a Wichita, Kansas hotel with Randle.

She says he was angry and pointed a handgun toward their young son and a woman holding him inside a car.

Jacobs says, “He’s like I’ll blast all your tires and then he points it to the window, the driver’s seat window, I’ll blast it. I’m here begging him. I just couldn’t imagine seeing my son shot by his own father.”

Jacobs claims Randle didn’t shoot, and a friend of his drove away with the gun.

But she says Randle returned to the car and smashed a window.

“He just punches it with his fist, glass splatters everywhere. There’s glass in my son’s hair, it hit him and that’s when he starts crying. I just grabbed my son and said I hope you’re ok baby.”

Jacobs repeated the accusations in a temporary protective order she filed against Randle and had signed by a judge.

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She said, “The defendant has a violent temper and gets angry very quickly. I am frightened that he will do something to harm me and my child… He has a history of being both physically and emotionally abusive towards me.”

CBS 11 spoke with Randle by phone Friday.

He explained, “I can’t make any comments about it right now. I just have to let the truth come out in the end, that’s it.”

When asked about the protective order, Randle says me, “I do understand all of that, but I can’t make no comment about that.. until I make a public statement.”

No word when that will be.

Jacobs says she has now filed for child support, a fact she says Randle made light of by posting a video on social media.

Randle removed that video and his tweets since the incident.

There are now two hearings: One for Jacobs’ child support request, the other for Jacobs’ temporary protective order.

Randle doesn’t have to appear at either hearing. I called the Dallas Cowboys seeking comment about the new accusations, but a spokesman says the team isn’t commenting.


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