Terrelle Pryor Stabbing Case Takes Odd Turn
The Terrelle Pryor stabbing case takes an odd turn this week.
Shalaya Briston, 24, was released from jail three weeks after initially being arrested.
Briston stands accused of stabbing Pryor in their Pittsburgh apartment on Nov. 30 of this year.
This week Briston reportedly appeared in an Allegheny County courtroom via video conference for a bond hearing in her attempted homicide case.
As the hearing progressed, the judge overseeing the matter agreed to release Briston on house arrest. She will reportedly stay with her mother and will not be allowed to leave the house for anything besides court dates.
Briston will also reportedly be required to wear an ankle bracelet.
According to prosecutors, Pryor has been open to her release and was heard saying during a hearing last week, “Let her out.”
Pryor and Briston reportedly dated for a year prior to the alleged stabbing incident.
The former Ohio State football star is also facing a misdemeanor assault charge stemming from what transpired in November.
A witness reportedly informed police that he was fighting with Briston when the incident occurred.
Pryor required emergency surgery to save his life following the stabbing.
Fortunately, he is walking on his own and is expected to make a full recovery.