Updated News Of Chiefs' Isaiah Buggs Arrest: Dragged His Baby Momma Down The Stairs

Kansas City Chiefs defensive lineman Isaiah Buggs has had multiple run-ins with the law recently, and the latest arrest incident may be the most consequential. That is to say, it is reported that the five-year NFL player allegedly broke into his child's mother's house at 5:30 am, went to go find her upstairs, and then proceeded to drag the woman down the flight of stairs.

According to TMZ, Tuscaloosa Police Dept. officers noted in the report that the woman is accusing Buggs of dragging her after a confrontation took place. With attention to the force used on the woman, it was enough to cause her to break "clip-on toenails," and as a result of the altercation, there were reportedly "scratch marks" on the victim's wrist.

To back up her story, police docs include video footage recovered by officers, which verify the woman's testimony.

As for how Buggs got into the house in the first place, he apparently used a tire iron. Then after everything went down, the mother of his child said she threatened to call 911, so Buggs left right away, got in his white Cadillac, and sped off.

According to the court document records, Buggs is facing charges of domestic violence and burglary.

To point out, this is not the first time that the 27-year-old has been arrested in the last month. Back in late May, Buggs was accused of animal cruelty.

Two misdemeanor warrants have been filed against him, on charges of cruelty to dogs in the second degree, as a result of a report that two dogs were found neglected at his rented home in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, per ESPN,

"Officers and animal control found a gray and white pit bull and a black rottweiler on a screened-in back porch with no access to food or water."

The former sixth round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft previously played with the Pittsburgh Steelers for three years (2019-21), and then the Detroit Lions the past two seasons. Up until all of this criminal behavior took place, Buggs was seemingly ready to compete for a spot on the Chiefs roster, as he was signed to the practice squad in January 2024. That is to say, he may be spending time in a jail cell instead of on the field this season.