Former Seahawks offensive lineman Chad Wheeler pleaded not guilty to expenses of 1st-diploma domestic violence assault on Monday.
Wheeler’s trial is established for April 6, for every ESPN’s Brady Henderson. He also faces expenses of domestic violence unlawful imprisonment and resisting arrest.
Wheeler was arrested on Jan. 23 just after King County police obtained a simply call from a lady who was locked in a toilet immediately after a “bodily battle with her boyfriend,” in accordance to the law enforcement report. Wheeler’s girlfriend endured a dislocated arm, and she was also choked unconscious, for every Henderson.
Wheeler produced a statement on Twitter on Jan. 27, expressing he is “deeply sorry for the discomfort and suffering that I have brought about,” for the duration of what he explained as a “manic episode.” The lady instructed police that Wheeler has bipolar ailment.
King County court requested Wheeler must remain in the King County location while on digital residence detention until eventually his demo, for each KING 5 in Seattle. His bail was established at $400,000.
The victim released a assertion on Monday, objecting to Wheeler’s release.
“This current standing places my safety at possibility, and I do not feel that a protecting get or a issue of release is enough to continue to keep me secure,” the assertion explained.
The Seahawks introduced Wheeler soon just after his arrest. Wheeler’s arrest is now, “under assessment of the league’s individual carry out plan,” per ESPN.