Leon County officers discovered two guns and two bags of what looks like weed during a search. of the Stingray, according to TMZ Sports.
Bradham was eventually taken away in a police car as he was on his way to being charged with two felony marijuana charges and one felony gun charge when one of the guns came back as stolen when checked in the system.
Bradham — who played in the NFL from 2012 to 2020, including a stint with the Philadelphia Eagles after originally being drafted by the Buffalo Bills — entered a not guilty plea to the charges in court last week, records revealed.
Police made the traffic stop on November 13 after the tag on the linebacker’s Corvette came back not matching registration records. Bradham can be heard on the video explaining to an officer that he had just gotten the car.
Bradham also tells the officer that he has a concealed carry permit with him for a gun found in his glove compartment and when asked, claims that it is the only one he has in the Corvette.
The officer later can be heard saying: “He told me there wasn’t another one, and there’s another one. Frickin’ A bud.”
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