UPDATE: Drugs found by police in Nicholson's home
Pills, foil with residue found in home of Redskins’ Montae Nicholson after woman’s apparent overdose, search warrant says https://t.co/VBUrDNbfI6— The Insider (@Insider) November 19, 2019
UPDATE: New details have been reported about the incident
New details lead to more questions about the death of the unresponsive woman Redskins safety Montae Nicholson brought to the hospital early Thursday morning...— Les Carpenter (@Lescarpenter) November 16, 2019
UPDATE: Montae Nicholson's attorney responds to the report
Mark Dycio, The attorney for Montae Nicholson, said the Redskins safety did stay at the hospital with the 21-year old woman who died of an overdose Thursday morning. Dycio said Nicholson stayed until her family arrived. He said Nicholson had found her in the bathroom unresponsive so he and a friend took her to the emergency room.
Washington Redskins safety Montae Nicholson is back in the news for another incident not related to football. TMZ reports that Nicholson and another man brought an unidentified 21 year old woman to an ER in Ashburn, VA on Thursday at around 1:30 am. She was pronounced dead at the ER from an apparent drug overdose.
”The two males who brought her to the emergency room immediately left the area but have since been identified and located.”
There is now an active investigation into this woman's death.
“The case is an active investigation being conducted by the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division,”
TMZ reports that Nicholson missed today's practice because of the incident and not the ankle injury he has been dealing with. He was limited in practice yesterday.
NFL's Montae Nicholson Cooperating with Authorities In Death of 21-Year-Old Woman https://t.co/PrhfwOVIN4— TMZ (@TMZ) November 14, 2019
Redskins official statement on the incident:
Redskins response to Montae Nicholson incident pic.twitter.com/nn0Q12RHH1— JP Finlay (@JPFinlayNBCS) November 15, 2019
Nicholson was involved in another late night incident last year that led to criminal charges following a fight in the streets. The charges against Nicholson were later dropped, but the Redskins placed him on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury List which ended his season. Nicholson returned this year, and has been the starting FS until an ankle injury sidelined for the last few weeks.