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Trent Williams was reportedly assaulted by a nightclub owner on Friday in Hawaii. Here's the latest on the investigation.
Miske's M Nightlife nightclub was the scene of an altercation on Friday involving Pro Bowl offensive lineman Trent Williams. Michael Miske, Jr. reportedly struck Williams in the head with a champagne bottle, and has now been arrested on assault charges.
Williams was unable to play in the Pro Bowl as a result of his injuries. His head injury required stitches, forcing him to sit out of Sunday's action and miss his first ever appearance at the game. Vikings left tackle Matt Kalil filled in for him.
As the Washington Post reports, Williams was also tasered at the nightclub. The NFL was quick to respond to the incident, telling all players to stay away from that particular scene.
Miske, 38, is the owner of the nightclub involved. He was charged with second-degree assault and his bail was set for $250,000. Judging by the numerous run-ins with the law he's dealt with in the past, this isn't an unusual situation. Miske has a total of 10 convictions and six felonies on his record.
The last thing the Redskins need right now is another star player suffering an injury. Williams appears to be fine, though.
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