There are a few more details regarding the misdemeanor charges against Buccaneers Mike Williams, but nothing particularly salacious.
According to Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune, Williams’ upcoming court date stems from a Dec. 13 incident in which he damaged a woman’s door.
Court documents filed with Hillsborough County said Williams “without being authorized, licensed or invited, willfully enter[ed] or remain[ed] in the property of Gabrielle Edwards.”
The report also said Williams “did willfully or maliciously injure or damage real or personal property belonging to Edwards, resulting in damage of $200 or less.”
Williams faces misdemeanor trespass and criminal mischief charges. It’s not exactly Aaron Hernandez (or even Kellen Winslow in the Target parking lot), but it’s also not the kind of first impression Williams wanted to make on a new coach and a new General Manager.