Former NFL player Terrelle Pryor and his ex-girlfriend Shalaya Briston are involved in a lot of drama. New court documents obtained by TMZ detail exactly what led to his arrest.

Terrelle allegedly slapped Shalaya and then threw pumpkins at her car. According to police documents, Pryor was in an argument with Briston, the same woman who was accused of stabbing the wide receiver in 2019, after a night of drinking. This all went down at around 1:00 AM, and they were apparently hammered.

Pryor and Briston were out on the town and then she went to another bar while he went home. Pryor allegedly got upset at her and started blowing up her phone, calling her over 50 times and sending her a ton of text messages, around 30. Then she started to fear for her safety if she did return home.

Cops say Briston eventually returned to Pryor’s residence, but stayed outside “out of fear of Pryor.”


When she got home, he went outside to confront her. He shoved her and put his hands on her face in an aggressive manner. She left, but then her threw a deck chair at her. When she tried to leave in her Mercedes, he threw pumpkins at her car. That pumpkin stunt caused windshield damage.

Court records show the 32-year-old was charged with simple assault, harassment and criminal mischief. The records also show his bail has been set at $100K. He left court this morning with a smile on his face, acting like “nothing happened.”

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