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Shalaya Briston is the Ex-girlfriend of former Ohio State quarterback and NFL player Terrelle Pryor. According to Pennsylvania court records, both were arrested Wednesday and charged after allegedly assaulting his girlfriend and throwing pumpkins at her vehicle.
Pryor was arrested in Westmoreland County, which is southeast of Pittsburgh.
Her age is unclear.
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In Oct. 2020, Pryor and his girlfriend, Briston, pleaded guilty to a stabbing incident in Pittsburgh in November 2019. Briston pleaded guilty to simple assault after Pryor was stabbed while he pleaded guilty to harassment.
According to a court filing, police were called to a dispute between Pryor and Briston at home around 1 a.m. Wednesday.
When the officer arrived, Briston told him she and Pryor were at a bar together, left, and returned home.
Pryor went inside while she left, driving to another bar.
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Briston told police Pryor began calling and texting her, leading to an argument.
Pryor allegedly called her 50 times and sent more than 30 unanswered text messages.
Briston told the officer she stopped answering his messages, left the bar, and returned home again.
When she arrived, she went to the deck and was scared to go inside because Pryor was there.
Pryor eventually came outside and began shoving Briston. Court records say he hit her in the head and face.
Police said she had inflammation, redness, and bruising to her left eye.
Briston said Pryor threw a deck chair at the woman as she ran to her SUV.
Pryor then threw pumpkins at the vehicle, damaging the windshield.
This led Briston to call 911.
According to what the officer said in the complaint, Pryor denied hitting his girlfriend but admitted to throwing the pumpkins.
Pryor is charged with a second-degree misdemeanor charge of simple assault. He is also facing summary charges, which are less than a misdemeanor, of harassment and criminal mischief.
Pryor was arraigned on Wednesday during a video conference from the Westmoreland County Jail and was released.
Penn Township Police Chief John Otto told 10TV Pryor had been cooperative and compliant.