No charges were filed after an altercation between Hall of Fame wide receiver Terrell Owens and a neighbor that was partially documented on social media.
"The parties were separated and the situation resolved," the Broward County Sheriff's Office told TMZ Sports.
Owens posted a nearly 11-minute video on his Instagram late Wednesday night that includes both his account and the woman's account of the argument, along with an intervening police officer. The altercation began when the woman allegedly yelled at Owens and accused him of speeding while driving to his mailbox.
Owens said he then got out of his vehicle when the woman began cursing at him and accused him of nearly running her over. He denied the allegations to police, at which point the woman began agitated and continued cursing at Owens before screaming: "You're a Black man approaching a white woman!"
The woman then began crying, at which point Owens turned the camera to himself and began addressing the situation.
"There's Karen, this is unbelievable," Owens said. "I've never been a part of nothing like this. I've seen it, but this is first-hand. ... Before [the police] got here, it was 'f--k you this, f--k you that.' The police show up, the tears start flowing."
Owens then proceeded to continue telling his side of the story to others in the neighborhood, including one woman who corroborated the fact he was not speeding.
The video ended before police left the scene, but apparently, the situation was resolved without further incident.