Troubled Ex-49er, Raiders LB Aldon Smith Gets Arrested….Yet Again!

Troubled Ex-49er, Raiders LB Aldon Smith Gets Arrested….Yet Again!

The downward spiral of former Oakland Raiders and San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith, who is now a free agent, continues.

The court order required Smith to keep away from a victim in an alleged domestic violence incident that occurred March 3.

The 28-year-old linebacker, who was suspended from the National Football League in 2015 and has not been reinstated, was arrested earlier this month after an alleged domestic violence incident with his fiancee.

Smith, 28, has turned himself in to authorities, per the report. When police arrived to respond to a 911 call, Smith was gone, leading police to issue an arrest warrant.

"The Department worked with Mr. Smith's legal counsel to arrange a date for Mr. Smith surrender himself".

Police say Smith violated the restraining order earlier this week.

Smith pleaded not guilty to all charges at a hearing the following week, which is when a San Francisco Superior Court judge issued the protective order.

Former NFL Star Aldon Smith Back In Jail
Aldon Smith reportedly arrested again, violated protective order

Three days later he turned himself in and was booked in San Francisco Jail.

Following the domestic violence incident, Smith's fiancee told TMZ Sports she hopes he gets the help he needs.

Officers first began investigating after someone reported to police around 8:30 p.m. on March 3rd that Smith was involved in a domestic violence incident.

The Raiders, with whom Smith last played in 2015, released the defensive lineman after he was arrested on March 6.

A first-round pick out of Missouri in 2011, Smith had repeated off-field issues with the San Francisco 49ers and was signed by the Oakland Raiders.

The Raiders released Smith that same day.

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