The Texas Jury accused Friday, Michael Bennett, of defending the Philadelphia Eagles, who injured 66-year-old security staff at Houston Airport in 2017. According to a Harris County District Attorney’s Office report,
Bennett was accused of injuring elderly, criminalizing up to 10 years in prison and a fine of $ 10,000, according to the issue.
“Following the indictment, Bennett’s arrest warrant was issued,” the district prosecutor’s office said. “Prosecutors are working with Bennett’s council on his surrender.”
Michael Bennett pushed
According to the District Prosecutor’s Office, Bennett was in Super Bowl LI as a spectator who watched his brother, the close end of Martellus Bennett, playing for the new patriots of England against the Atlanta Falcons. While he tried to get to the field after a match with his brother, Michael Bennett pushed a 66-year-old medical disciple who had asked him to use another entrance to the field.
Bennett, 32, was elected to three for the Bowls in his nine-year NFL career, which included stints with Tampa Bay Buccaneers and, most recently, Seattle Seahawks. Bennett was traded by Seahawks to Philadelphia early this month.