Footage & Photos of Cowboys' Terrance Williams' Drunken Arrest Released

Attorney: Cowboys wide receiver Williams misspoke about crash

Williams is then heard in the video blaming former Baylor teammate and current Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Kendall Wright for crashing his vehicle.

Williams was arrested near his home before dawn in Frisco, Texas, and charged with public intoxication - a Class C misdemeanor in Texas - after police found his auto wrecked from striking a light pole at an intersection near the Cowboys' training complex. Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk noted Williams was arrested for public intoxication but not the crash after he told the police how the vehicle was wrecked in the first place.

New video and photos released Thursday show the aftermath of a crash that involved the luxury sports vehicle of Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams.

The 28-year-old was arrested for public intoxication before dawn on Saturday near his home in Frisco, Texas after police found his auto wrecked at an intersection close to the team's training facility. After saying Wright called him about the accident, he told police his phone was in the auto.

Williams and Wright played together at Baylor from 2008 to 2011. "Williams said Wright called him at around 1:45 a.m.to let him know he had crashed the Lamborghini on Lebanon Road".

When they found Williams, as documented in dash cam and officer body cam footage, he was riding a white electric bicycle in the 2400 block of Rock Creek Parkway near the gated Frisco community in which he lives. When police asked if Wright was still with the wrecked Lamborghini, Williams said no. "I promise you, I would never lie to y'all", Williams said.

"All of that is news to me", the lawyer continued. "I don't want to drive and be a f--ing idiot and so I took [my bicycle]". Anytime you hit a curve going about 60 miles per hour and struck his head, I don't know, but we're going to find out.

Video showed that the police officers who arrested Williams were professional throughout the incident, and Williams was cooperative.

Now, it appears as though Williams' story is changing a little bit.

"I have spoken directly with Kendall and his agent and both have assured me there is no truth to the matter", Vikings GM Rick Spielman said. "I wouldn't put myself in a bad situation".

The Cowboys have not commented since the video release, but owner Jerry Jones told USA Today previously that he backed Williams and took his public statements at face value.

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