Dez Bryant's mother: Son 'tried to kill me'

 Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant was arrested Monday after allegedly assaulting his mother, Angela, on Saturday, according to De Soto, Texas, police Capt. Ron Smith.

By accident, Bryant became angry when his mother asked him to leave her home during an argument on Saturday afternoon. Initially, the conference on Tuesday, news, Smith said Bryant hit his mother in the face, but the police, which was released later Tuesday, said that Bryant allegedly grabbed her shirt, her hair and "hit her in the face of his ball cap."

Angela Bryant, whose T-shirt, supposedly broken during the incident, shown on the 911, it was not the first time when she was attacked by his son.

"I can not keep letting him do it," said Angela Bryant, who made the call from a neighboring house a family friend and adviser, David Wells. "I can not keep letting him make me like this. I'm tired. I'm going to put an end to it today. I'm going to put an end to it today. I'm tired."

Employees who answered the 911 mother-Bryant did not observe any injuries, and she does not complain of pain at the time, the report said. On Monday, after officials contacted the mother of Bryant in his home, the report says that she said she had pain in wrists, hands and arms. The staff there is swelling around the wrist at the time, the report said.

After being taken to the police station DeSoto Angela Bryant, 37 years, provided a written statement in detail the alleged attack. According to the report, she said, Dez Bryant repeatedly punched her in the hands and wrists. The staff observed bruising on both arms. She also complained that her chest pain was from Bryant pushing her.

After a warrant was issued for his arrest, Bryant appealed on Monday and was booked without incident.

Bryant was charged with misdemeanor class for assaulting a female family member and was released after several hours without talking to detectives, Smith said. Bryant's lawyer, West Royce, told The Associated Press his client had posted $ 1,500 bond.

"It's very simple," Smith said. "He and his mom got in an argument. She had a few injuries. We made the arrest."

Police plans to send his case to the end of this week in Dallas prosecutors, Smith said.

West said Tuesday that he is still investigating the circumstances of the incident on Saturday. One of its main tasks, he said, was "to make sure that the family heal."

"I know that Dez loves his mother," said West. "I know his mother loves him."

West declined to say if Dez Bryant and Angela said on Saturday, or that may cause their arguments, but denies that Dez Bryant hit his mother in the face with a ball cap.

"This statement, and I hope that people will be outraged by the assertion, but they must wait until the facts come out to establish whether or not that actually happened. And I say this not happened," West says.

West also denied any previous incidents between the physical Bryant and his mother.

Class of offense is punishable by a fine of up to $ 4000 and up to one year in prison. Bryant's arrest also exposes a possible penalty under the personal conduct policy NFL.

Cowboys said they knew about the arrest but declined further comment. Agent Bryant, Drew Rosenhaus, also declined to comment.

This is the first arrest of Bryant, but it's not the first incident that required police involvement because Cowboys traded up to select the first Oklahoma State star with the 24th overall pick in the 2010 draft.

In January, Bryant was arrested by police but not arrested after the alleged quarrel at a nightclub in Miami Beach.

Last summer, off-duty police working security at the center of Dallas' high-kicking Bryant and friends of the center, because of inappropriate attire (sagging pants), and language. Bryant has been temporarily banned in the mall.

Bryant, who many consider the top-10 talent, but slipped in the draft because of concerns the team "in nature, was also sued for unpaid debts for jewelry and sporting events before he was drafted.

Angela Bryant has a criminal record that includes several convictions on charges of drug trafficking.

She served 18 months in prison on charges of selling cocaine in 1997. She also was sentenced to 10 years probation in connection with the April 2009 arrest for selling cocaine to police informants in Lufkin, Texas, and was convicted of two crimes considered for possession of controlled substances, manufacture and supply of controlled substances.

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