Isaiah Buggs has found himself in trouble with the law again. The Chiefs backup defensive lineman has made multiple headlines this offseason for his off-the-field antics. Most recently, he was arrested on domestic violence charges. New details have emerged related to this incident.

According to Tuscaloosa district court documents, Buggs allegedly dragged a woman down the stairs of her apartment before getting arrested on Sunday, per Lukas Weese of The Athletic.

The documents state that Buggs allegedly “unlawfully” entered the apartment of Yamya Johnson, who is the mother of his child, on June 16th with “intent to commit a crime.” Police say that Buggs broke into the apartment with a tire iron and dragged Johnson down the stairs, which left her with “scratch marks” on her wrists. Buggs then left the apartment.

Police responded to a 911 call related to the incident at 5:28AM. When they arrived, they found Buggs in the parking lot of a nearby Little Caesars. He was then arrested.

Buggs was booked on a second-degree domestic violence charge and a second-degree burglary charge. He was released on $5,000 bond.

This is the second legal matter involving Buggs this offseason. Buggs was arrested in late May related to animal cruelty charges. Buggs allegedly abandoned two dogs at a property he was renting without access to food or water. Both dogs appeared to have not eaten for quite some time when Police arrived.

Unfortunately, one of the dogs had to be put down as a result of the abuse.

Buggs' agent Trey Robinson issued a statement denying the animal cruelty allegations. Robinson also suggested that Buggs has been the subject of police harassment over his refusal to close his Tuscaloosa hookah joint.

The Kansas City Chiefs have had multiple players with off-the-field issues this offseason

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice (4) runs with the ball against the San Francisco 49ers during the second quarter of Super Bowl LVIII at Allegiant Stadium.
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Isaiah Buggs is not the only Chiefs player to face off-the-field issues this offseason.

Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice has had multiple run ins with the law over the past few months. Rice was involved with a high-speed hit-and-run car crash on March 30th. He turned himself in on April 10th and was charged with eight felonies, including aggravated assault. Rice also allegedly assaulted a photographer outside of a Dallas nightclub in early May. Those charges were ultimately dropped due to a “misunderstanding.”

The Chiefs are expecting Rice to face a lengthy suspension from the NFL. While the league hasn't released anything officially, the Chiefs are bracing for a suspension that could last up to half of the 2024 NFL season.

Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker made headlines for his controversial commencement speech at Benedictine College earlier this summer.

The speech included controversial comments about women, LGBTQ+ Pride month, diversity, and equity and inclusion.

Butker's speech drew responses from Roger Goodell and the league, as well as prominent Kansas City figures like Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes.

The NFL released a statement from Jonathan Beane, NFL senior vice president and chief diversity and inclusion officer. “Harrison Butker gave a speech in his personal capacity…His views are not those of the NFL as an organization. The NFL is steadfast in our commitment to inclusion, which only makes our league stronger.”

Hopefully we won't see any more of these stories for the rest of the summer.