"When cops were grilling Williams about the accident, he said he wasn't the driver, according to the police report ... and blamed the crash on an "idiot" friend Kendall Wright". The statement is that Wright fled the scene to go to the club after calling Williams to let him know what happened.
"The driver in front of me slammed on his brakes and I turned to the left and hopped the curb to avoid hitting him".
Based on Williams' statements and behavior, Frisco police arrested him for public intoxication.
Williams and Wright played together at Baylor from 2008 to 2011. Police found the vehicle, a blue 2017 Huracan, and went looking for Williams, the man listed on the registration as its owner. Wright was drafted by the Tennessee Titans, and Williams by the Cowboys, though the two apparently remained friends as pros.
He said he has nine cars, including the $325,000 Lamborghini, and knew he was in no condition to drive one of them.
"He's not there. He rolled in a yellow Camaro and they're still out in the club and when he called me, he said my vehicle was f--ed up", Williams said.
Williams claimed that Wright called him and told him his Lamborghini was crashed, but when police asked Williams where his phone was, Williams said that it was in the auto. He then asked Williams how Wright could have called him if his cell phone was in the auto. Wright now plays for the Minnesota Vikings.
"All of that is news to me", the lawyer continued. "All of that is news to me. I swear to God I would not try to lie to you". "I have to do the work necessary when you have an injury like this when you hit your head if there is any head trauma as far as a gap in memory".
"I have spoken directly with Kendall and his agent and both have assured me there is no truth to the matter", Spielman said in a statement issued by the Vikings.
The video shows Williams falling off the bicycle and be questioned by police officers.
Police didn't approach Williams until he crashed his bike and fell flat on his face around 5 a.m. on the night of the incident.
The Cowboys wide receiver appeared to be a drunken mess when cops found him after his Lamborghini crash. Though league discipline could await Williams, Jones is trusting his own judgment and history with the receiver.
Owner Jerry Jones told USA Today Sports at the owner's meetings in Atlanta that he gives "Terrance the benefit of the doubt" because nothing in his track record suggests anything other than his being a solid guy off the field. "He's solid. Real solid".