Von Miller Turns Himself in After Being Accused of Assaulting Pregnant Woman (UPDATE)

According to reports, police in Dallas responded to a "major disturbance" allegedly involving Miller on Wednesday.

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UPDATED 11/30, 8:11 p.m. ET: Von Miller has turned himself in.

According to TMZ, the Buffalo Bills linebacker surrendered to Texas authorities at around 4 p.m. CT Thursday, just hours after a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Miller was booked at the Gleen Heights Police Department and was reportedly released on a $5,000 bond.

See original story below.

An arrest warrant for Von Miller for an alleged assault of a pregnant woman has been issued in Dallas, police confirmed on Thursday.

Per USA Today’s Tom Schad, police responded to an alleged assault call at around 11 a.m. local time on Wednesday. A separate report from the Associated Press said police considered this a "major disturbance" call.

According to police, an initial investigation found that the Buffalo Bills player had left the location following the alleged assault. Meanwhile, the woman is said to have been treated at the scene for "minor injuries."

The warrant was for Assault - Pregnant Person, a third-degree felony.

Complex has reached out to a legal rep for Miller for comment, as well as to the Dallas Police Department. This story may be updated. In a statement obtained by TMZ, a rep for the NFL said the league was “aware of the matter” and “in contact with the club.”

At the time of this writing, Miller had not released a public statement on the alleged incident.

In September, Miller returned to practicing with the Bills amid his recovery from a torn ACL. During surgery in December of last year, doctors performed a "full repair" procedure on Miller's knee.

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