Former San Francisco 49ers Tight End Bruce Miller will face some harsh accusations.
According to Mercury News’ Mathias Gaffni, after being released from the niners early this week, Miller will face seven felony charges and one misdemeanor after assaulting two hotel guests in San Francisco on Monday, one of which was a 70-year-old man.
Miller got into an altercation over his sandwich at Tommy’s Joynt. Then, he went to a hotel and knocked on a door, where he assaulted two guests, including a 70-year-old man. Reports say he even used the elderly man’s cane.
Alcohol also played a role, too. Just a year ago, he was arrested for disturbing the peace in an incident involving his then fiance. He was sentenced to a 16-week domestic violence program.
Something isn’t right; it’s clear Miller needs help.