A fired NFL quarterback has resorted to selling his shoes, Rolex watches, and jewelry online as he fights domestic violence charges against him.
Trevone Boykin, 24, was released from the Seattle Seahawks this spring after he was arrested by local authorities in Texas on suspicion of aggravated assault with serious bodily injury, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.
According to Mansfield Police, Boykin is accused of assaulting a girlfriend, Shabrika Bailey, and breaking her jaw during an argument in the process.
He has maintained his innocence, saying in March that the allegations are "false" and that he was never in a physical altercation with Bailey, according to KXAS-TV.
The case is still pending, according to the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney’s office.
On Twitter Thursday, he displayed four Rolex watches that he was selling.
He also posted a female tennis chain for sale.
The Star-Telegram reported that Boykin, a former star quarterback at nationally-ranked Texas Christian University, also sold his shoe collection several months ago.
Boykin has a history of off-the-field legal problems. He was arrested December 2015, two days before TCU was scheduled to play in the Alamo Bowl, for allegedly punching a police officer in San Antonio, the Star-Telegram reported.
Boykin received no jail time in the incident, pleading no contest to resisting arrest and receiving one year of deferred adjudicated probation in June 2016.
In March 2017, he was arrested for suspicion of possession of marijuana and public intoxication as a passenger in a vehicle that hit a Dallas bar and seven people on a sidewalk, the newspaper stated.
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