Nina Thomas, the wife of NFL star Earl Thomas held a loaded gun to his head after allegedly catching him cheating with another woman.
According to court documents obtained by TMZ, the incident happened April 13 involving the Baltimore Ravens player, Nina Thomas and several other people.
The Austin Police Dept. responded to a home in the Austin, Texas area at 3:41 a.m. after getting a call about a disturbance.
On arrival, the Police said “we observed that a black female wearing an orange sweater with a knife in her hand, later identified as Nina Thomas, was chasing a shirtless black male, later identified as Earl Thomas, with a pistol in his hand around a vehicle.”
Cops drew their weapons and ordered both Nina and Earl to the ground and they complied without incident. That’s when the investigation began.
According to court documents, Nina claims Earl, 30, left their home earlier in the day after an argument over the NFL player’s drinking habit. She claims Earl’s brother, Seth Thomas, picked him up.
A short time later, she decided to check on his whereabouts by logging into his Snapchat account and that’s when she says she found video of Earl with another woman.
Nina says she used Earl’s Snapchat account to track his location to a nearby Airbnb rental home and says she called up two other women to help her confront Earl at the house. Nina also claims she grabbed Earl’s pistol, a 9mm Berreta, in the process with the intention to “scare him.”
When the women arrived at the house, they “discovered Earl and Seth naked in bed with other women.”
That’s when Nina admits she pulled out the gun and put it to Earl’s head stating “that she took out the magazine thinking that the gun could not fire.”
Police say Nina was “unaware that the gun had a round in the chamber.”
In a footage shot by one of the women in the house with her cell phone, Nina could be seen pointing the gun at Earl’s head “from less than a foot away and it can clearly be seen that Nina’s finger was on the trigger and the safety is disengaged.”
Fortunately for Earl, cops say the Ravens defensive back was able to wrestle the gun away from her.
Cops say the cell phone video also shows Nina striking Earl in the nose before it ends.
Cops also spoke with Earl, who corroborated the story, adding that Nina repeatedly hit him while he attempted to take the firearm away.
In an interview with Earl’s alleged mistress at the scene, she claimed Nina also threatened her and the other woman in the house, pointing the gun at them and yelling “I got something for all you hoes!”
The woman claims one of Nina’s other friends was carrying a knife and swinging it aggressively during the altercation as well.
After speaking with everyone, cops arrested Nina and both women who went with her to confront her husband. Nina was booked for burglary of a residence with intent to commit aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and family violence. She was later bonded out.
Earl was not arrested.
Court records show Nina was also hit with an emergency protective order requiring her to stay 200 yards away from Earl and his alleged mistress.