Man arrested in attempt to extort Chiefs' Tyrann Mathieu

20 is accused of trying to extort Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Tyrann Mathieu of millions of dollars in April 2019

20 is accused of trying to extort Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Tyrann Mathieu of millions of dollars in April 2019

"In another text to Mathieu, Sears allegedly told him, "$5 million by Friday, I'm done talking, emailing TMZ now".

Mathieu's representatives told WDSU that the accused extortionist has mental health struggles. He also provided his bank account information so Mathieu, or his associates, could deposit the money, according to court documents.

In late April, according to court records, Mathieu was in Kansas City when he got a phone call from Sears, who was in New Orleans. Mathieu's relatives reportedly feared for their safety.

A man from New Orleans was arrested after alleged attempts to extort Kansas City Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu for $1.5 million dollars, a report from WDSU News revealed on Tuesday. Things intensified as Sears made a number of threats. His next court date is set for June 21. He is being held on home incarceration and with a monitoring device, according to the court order. While the reason was never released by the school, ESPN reported that he had failed multiple drug tests.

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Mathieu kicked off his National Football League career in 2013, when he was selected in the third round by the Arizona Cardinals.

After stints with the Arizona Cardinals and Houston Texans, it appears Mathieu is ready to take a big step personally in marrying Sydni Paige Russell, the step daughter of former New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles.

He then signed a three-year deal worth $42 million with the Chiefs in March.

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