Former Pittsburgh Steelers safety Kameron Kelly was arrested Friday for allegedly making terroristic threats and resisting arrest, according to court documents obtained by USA TODAY Sports. The Steelers waived Kelly on Friday afternoon.
Kelly had a preliminary arraignment early Friday and a hearing in the afternoon. The official charges are two first-degree misdemeanor counts of terroristic threats and one second-degree misdemeanor of resisting arrest.
According to a copy of the criminal complaint obtained by USA TODAY Sports, Kelly was allegedly upset his music selection had been skipped on Mario’s Southside Saloon jukebox, and he threatened to knock out an employee of the bar. A Pittsburgh police officer removed Kelly from the bar and told him he could not reenter.
Then, the complaint said, the officer accidentally stepped on a