Buccaneers cornerback Aqib Talib is facing yet another accusation of wrongdoing, this time in a civil suit from a woman who claims he crashed into her car and then threatened “to put a cap in [her]” December 2010.
The Tampa Tribune reports that the plaintiff, Betty Atwood, claims Talib caused a traffic accident between the two of them, then threatened her. She is suing him for $15,000, saying she suffered physical injuries, depression, anxiety, and “severe emotional distress.”
This lawsuit is the least of Talib’s legal worries at the moment: He’s scheduled to go on trial this month in Texas on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Talib has been in trouble over other incidents including an allegation that he punched a cab driver and two separate fights in which he punched teammates.