Ravens’ Suggs Gives Up Guns In Girlfriend Court Fight
BALTIMORE (AP) — An attorney for Baltimore Raven Terrell Suggs says the linebacker has surrendered several firearms as part of an ongoing domestic case filed by his longtime girlfriend.
Attorney Warren Alperstein told The Baltimore Sun that Suggs turned over the weapons last month. The attorney said Candace Williams filed a court order last month in Baltimore County Circuit Court, but didn’t provide any further details. Alperstein says that the Suggs lawfully possessed the guns.
Williams is the mother of Suggs’ two children. She withdrew a $70 million lawsuit against him two years ago, but the court battle is continuing. Court records show Suggs filed a custody complaint against Williams on Nov. 19 and the attorney says she filed her complaint after that.
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