In late April, Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall got into an argument with his wife, Michi Nogami-Marshall, it escalated, and she stabbed him. She was subsequently arrested, and he ended up in the hospital. A month later, Marshall was still refusing to speak to the Broward State Attorney's office about the incident, although he stated that as soon as investigators dropped the "no contact" order against his wife he would cooperate.
Well, Nogami-Marshall was arrested again Friday in the home she once shared with her husband. According to the police report, authorities showed up at the house Friday morning in response to a 911 hang-up. Apparently, Nogami-Marshall had been living there while Marshall was away, he returned, they argued (sound familiar?), and that led to the 911 call. The report also stated that Nogami-Marshall's actions "clearly violate[d] the pre-trial conditions pursuant to the order to stay 500 feet away from the residence and to 'not' have contact," hence the arrest.
There's no word if Nogami-Marshall will receive bond, the Palm Beach Post reports. Either way, she's scheduled to appear in court Saturday morning.
For Brandon, it's just the latest in an offseason full of distractions. The Dolphins said days after the stabbing that they weren't looking to release the enigmatic but talented wide receiver. Whatever the organization decides, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell recently stated that he is monitoring the situation, and once the lockout is resolved, it will be determined if Marshall violated the league's personal conduct policy.
If history is any guide, that's a fancy way of saying Marshall will likely face disciplinary action.
Meanwhile, maybe Ray Lewis was onto something. Here's to hoping he doesn't start making doomsday prophecies.
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