Who is Damien Wilson, Ex-Boyfriend of Ryan Sokolosky? Why Was He Arrested?

According to the various sources, Carolina Panthers linebacker Damien Wilson was into custody after he allegedly threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend in Frisco, Texas. Police Sergeant Stephen Byrom told the Frisco Chronicle that the 28-year-old linebacker faces a criminal charge for assault and bodily injury to a family member.

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Who is Damien Wilson

A linebacker with the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League (NFL), Damien Wilson (born May 28, 1993) is an American football player. A former Minnesota University football player, he was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft. In addition to playing for the Chiefs, he has also played for the Jaguars.

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Wilson’s arrest was to the Panthers, but the team declined to comment on pending legal matters. At Wilson’s arrest, he was on Carolina’s roster.

Ryan Sokolosky, Wilson’s ex-girlfriend, spoke to the Morning News about a harrowing experience. When Sokolosky and a friend return to her apartment after Wilson. Also, she split up, and they had damage to her patio.

Ryan Sokolosky, whose dog had been stolen, went to her car with a friend to retrieve the dogs. Wilson emerged with a tire iron and threatened to kill Ryan Sokolosky. Wilson followed her friend into her apartment and choked her. The woman fled back to her apartment. He slammed Sokolosky’s laptop to the ground when he returned outside. After driving off, Wilson drove over to her as well.

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Wilson was select 127th overall by the Dallas Cowboys in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft. It makes him the 13th linebacker to be selected that year. A contract worth $2,74 million and a signing bonus of $466,315 was signed between Wilson and the Dallas Cowboys on May 28, 2015.

During training camp, Wilson expect to learn all three linebacker positions as Anthony Hitchens had earlier done. He tied with Kyle Wilber and Jeff Heath for the team lead in tackles in special teams. Overall, he had 16 tackles as a rookie. When Andrew Gachkar

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was injured, he replaced Andrew Gachkar and play extensively against the New Orleans Saints.

His right eye got a serious injury during an offseason game of paintball in 2016, and he miss the first two weeks of training camp. His passing of Kyle Wilber on the depth chart results in him starting 5 games at strongside linebacker in week 6 of t he season. Wilber recorded 35 tackles and four sacks.

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Against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week Seven of 2017, he passed Wilber as the starter at strongside linebacker. With 39 tackles, he was the 11th best tackler on the team and had five quarterback hurries, one sack, and seven special team tackles.

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