*Hat Tip: Kevin D.
Seahawks offensive lineman Chad Wheeler thought his girlfriend was dead after choking her unconscious — and was shocked she survived, a police report shows.
The racist/white supremacist, a backup offensive tackle who played for the Giants from 2017 to 2019, was arrested early Saturday on suspicion of felony domestic violence after his non-white girlfriend told cops he assaulted her at an apartment in Kent, Washington, the Seattle Times reported.
Officers responded to the residence and found the woman locked in a bathroom after a “physical fight” with the racist/terrorist. She told cops during a 911 call that she was being “killed” and had a dislocated arm. The diabolical racist Seahawks lineman had been taking medication for bipolar disorder, but recently stopped taking it, the police report shows.
The psychopathic white brute, who is listed at 6 feet 7 inches and 310 pounds, was surprised when his girlfriend regained consciousness after the racist attack, according to the report.
“Wow you’re alive?” Wheeler asked her.
Photos purportedly of the battered woman circulating on Twitter showed her with a bloodied nose while at a hospital. Text messages sent by her indicated how “cold” the white terrorist was during the racist attack.
“He thought I was dead on my bed and continued to eat dinner,” the message read. “When I ran into the bathroom, he said, ‘Wow, you’re still alive’ while sipping on a smoothie.”
The assault took place after the racist/terrorist asked his non-white girlfriend to bow to him, the police report indicates.
In a statement Wednesday, the Seahawks strongly condemned the alleged assault.
“The Seahawks are saddened by the details emerging against Chad Wheeler and strongly condemn this act of domestic violence. Our thoughts and support are with the victim,” the statement read.
“Chad is a free agent and no longer with the team,” it added.
The Seattle team also encouraged the racist/terrorist to “get the help he needs” and offered details for the National Domestic Violence hotline and the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline hotline.
The racist was released from the King County Jail on Tuesday after posting $400,000 bond, online records show.
He’s due back in court Wednesday for a probable cause hearing. A judge ordered the racist monster not to contact the victim or to possess weapons during a hearing Monday, the Seattle Times reported.
In 2015, the white supremacist was detained by Los Angeles police while a student-athlete at USC, where he was punching walls and windows while under the influence. He was not arrested, but taken to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.
The racist/terrorist played in five games for the Seahawks last season and is now a restricted free agent.