Thomas — a seven-time Pro Bowl champion — was cut by the Baltimore Ravens in the offseason. Now, he was ordered last week to stay at least 400 feet away from Nina Thomas’ home in Austin, Texas, after he reportedly broke a window at her parents’ home while “clearly enraged,” TMZ reported Wednesday.
Court documents obtained by TMZ reveal that both Nina and her estranged hubby Thomas had agreed to spend Christmas at her parents’ home in Texas, for the family’s sake during the holidays.
However, it seems as if safety Thomas has a serious problem with booze, since he “chose to stay out all night drinking” on Christmas, only to return home on December 26 “visibly intoxicated” and asking Nina to “suck my d–k” in front of their daughter, as per the court documents.
Then, Nina Thomas alleges she locked Earl outside the house, which caused the 2014 Super Bowl champion to become “irate” enough to break a windown with his fist, leaving blood all over the place, as per the report.
Police patrols got to the location and investigators inquired Thomas at the hospital about what happened, where he admitted breaking the window. However, the Baltimore safety “reported no crime was committed to cause his injuries,” according to the police documents, which lists the criminal investigation as “inactive,” TMZ reported
Nina also claimed in court documents the “irate” safety champ would “come back” to her parents’ house to “burn” all of her things if she returned to their home in Austin, as well as to assault her.
“To further torment me, Earl sent an intimate video of himself and another woman to my phone,” Nina Thomas further alleged in the docs.
“I am scared of Earl and believe that there is clear and present danger,” she wrote, saying she believes both she and the couple’s children “will be harmed.”
The couple have three children in common. Nina filed for divorce from Earl in November.
Their history dates to violent times together. The divorce request came afte Nina held Earl at gunpoint on April 13 after she found her husband “in bed with other women,” as per court documents obtained by TMZ. Earl had left their Austin home after an argument about his drinking, and Nina hacked into his Snapchat account to track him down, according to the documents.
At 3:41 a.m. the next morning, cops responded to a disturbance call at the couple’s home and found Nina chasing Earl with a knife around a car while Earl had a pistol, per the report. Nina was arrested and charged with burglary of a residence with intent to commit aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Earl wasn’t arrested and an order of protection was issued against Nina.
“Stuff like this happens,” Earl said in an Instagram post in May. “You know, we try to live the best lives we possibly can, but sometimes it don’t go as planned.”
Earl Thomas, meanwhile, is scheduled to appear before a judge via video later this month. He has denied the allegations through a rep, TMZ reported.
The 31-year-old safety, a seven-time Pro Bowler, signed a four-year, $55 million contract with the Ravens in 2019, lasting one season before his release.