The rumors regarding an alleged “Ray Rice-style” video tape involving Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant took a different turn Thursday.
A police report surfaced from a July 11, 2011, incident from a Dallas-area Wal-Mart in which a witness reported seeing a woman allegedly being dragged out of a car by a man in the store’s parking lot.
The victim on the police report was listed as Ilyne Nash, who is Bryant’s girlfriend and mother to two of his children. You can see the entire police report at the bottom of the post.
Here’s what you need to know about the incident:
1. The Alleged Incident Happened in July 2011 at a Wal-Mart
The police report showed cops in Texas investigated an alleged incident on July 11, 2011, at a Wal-Mart parking lot involving Nash.
A witness went to Wal-Mart security at about 6 a.m. local time that morning to report a scene in which a man was seen pulling a woman out of a car in the parking lot.
The car was identified as a white Mercedes, which was registered to Bryant.
2. Ilyne Nash, Bryant’s Girlfriend, Is identified as the Victim
The woman identified as the victim in the police report was Nash, who told police the Mercedes was her car.
Nash and Bryant have two children together – Dez Jr., 4, and Isabella, who was born in December.
Nash is a Texas native who graduated from the University of Texas.
3. Nash Told Police She Was Not Assaulted
Nash told police she got into an argument with a man named Alex Penson, but was never assaulted.
Nash said after having words with Penson, she went to a friend’s house and called Bryant to pick her up.
Bryant and Nash arrived at Wal-Mart in a Bentley while police were already on the scene. At the time, cops were speaking with two of Bryant’s friends who came to Wal-Mart in a black Escalade registered to the Pro Bowl receiver.
One of Bryant’s friends advised Nash to come back to the scene.
4. After Interviewing Witnesses, Police Made no Arrests
Police questioned several people at the scene and determined no arrests were warranted.
Cops interviewed Bryant, Nash, Bryant’s two friends and a Wal-Mart security guard.
5. The Police Report Does Not Mention a Surveillance Video
Rumors spread Wednesday about an alleged video involving Bryant that was deemed “Ray Rice-style.”
Rice, of course, was caught on camera punching and knocking out his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City hotel elevator.
While rumors of a Bryant video are out there, no tape has emerged.