Drugs Found At NFL Player's Home Where Woman Appears To Have Fatally Overdosed

Pot and pills were found at the home of NFL player Montae Nicholson where a woman appeared to have overdosed

Ashburn, VA – Police found pills, marijuana and foil with residue on it during a search of the home of Washington Redskins safety Montae Nicholson.

The search was related to the death of a 21-year-old woman at the house last week.

The Washington Post reported that the woman may have died from an overdose.

The search warrant was made public on Tuesday and doesn’t state who the drugs belonged to or where they were found at Nicholson’s home.

Julia Crabbe was taken by Nicholson and another man to the emergency room in an unresponsive state and later died Nov. 14, according to the Washington Post.

Mark Dycio, the attorney for Nicolson, said the NFL player didn’t know about the drugs at his home, according to the Washington Post.

“Montae would have no knowledge of the drugs because they belonged to a guest,” Dycio said, according to the Washington Post. “It’s a tragic story. It’s a tragedy that the news is focused on where she died instead of the drug epidemic ravaging the country.”

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office said Crabbe was showing signs of an overdose. The Washington Post reported it could take months for a toxicology test to determine what drugs Crabbe may have taken.

A witness told police that Kyle Askew-Collins, the other man who took Crabbe to the hospital, had called them and said that Crabbe was foaming at the mouth, according to the Washington Post.

Police said no 911 call was made.

A witness said that the hospital wasn’t far from the home and it would be quicker if they just took her there, according to the Washington Post.

In his three seasons in the NFL, Nicholson has made $2.27 million. His base salary this year with the Redskins is $645,000.

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flybynight
flybynight

And this surprises who?

Jim H. - Virginia US
Jim H. - Virginia US

From another source...

Nicholson’s attorney Mark Dycio told The Washington Post that the drugs found at the home “belonged to a guest.”

“It’s a tragic story. It’s a tragedy that the news is focused on where she died instead of the drug epidemic ravaging the country,” he said.

Nicholson has not been arrested nor has he been charged with a crime.

According to USA Today, an unnamed person told detectives that a man identified as Kyle Askew-Collins called them early on Nov. 14 to say that Crabbe was foaming at the mouth and could be suffering from an overdose.

Seems that they hired a hooker. That's gross.

Excalibr4
Excalibr4

Straight out of Ray Donovan First Episode!

Janken
Janken

AND JUST HER WAS DOING DRUGS. DID THEY TEST THE TWO GUYS

Shastabeau
Shastabeau

I guess if Jim Carrey can get away with supplying his girl friend and it killing her, this guy will skate also.

Rj's
Rj's

Hard to control Drugs when the Users are released every day due to the court system.

reverett456117502
reverett456117502

Surprise. surprise, surprise, another case where someone can't handle the salary they make!!!!!

Jones24
Jones24

Don’t they drug test the NFL players? That may prove his innocence.

Saints
Saints

Someone's daughter, sister, niece, granddaughter, aunt and/or possibly mom dead and an attorney is just simply passing the ball down the court!!!!!.... attorneys are the biggest POS PERIOD!!!

Wish505
Wish505

Belong to a guest. Could be. Hopefully the investigation will be through enough to make determination of drug ownership. The athlete could be just an innocent bystander. Could he have known they were using drugs in his residence, was he there at the time of use, what does VA state law say about a property owner who knows people are using drugs on his property and does nothing about it. Did he know of did he not know.

Adam13
Adam13

I am surprised he didn’t use the common line when someone is caught with drugs on them they usually say these aren’t my pants, or in this case “That’s not my house”

hatman7663
hatman7663

"...the news is focused on where she died instead of the drug epidemic ravaging the country.” Of course, everybody knows that NFL players NEVER have anything to do with illegal drug use.

Deflect, deflect, deflect. The tactic used by politicians, lawyers & the media for decades.

IseeWhereThisIsGoing
IseeWhereThisIsGoing

wait a second.... you mean a guest of his brings drugs to his house, uses said drugs, ODs, and you think it's the NFL player's fault because he's black and in the NFL? Check your personal biases; there is no evidence that this was anything other than a tragic accident by a drug user.

With opioids killing people daily, this isn't too far fetched. If it walks like a duck, talks like a duck, and quacks, it's likely a duck

Stanracer
Stanracer

Surely this member of the National Felon League knew what was going on in his own home.

VicG
VicG

What's this, another NFL'er involved with drugs, no way, has'ta be fake news. Yeah right...

Mom2Boys
Mom2Boys

Not knowing the full facts, I can’t prejudge, but I do find it Interesting that while my husband makes 1/3 the salary as this football player, not once in 34 years have we had any guest in our home foam at the mouth or die from a drug overdose. There were some digestive issues with my firehouse chili that one time, but so far no one has died. 🤔 💭 Hmmm Theses articles involving professional athletes always mention money. Is it the money that causes incidents like this? Nah, he’s just living beyond his ability to make good decisions—one of which is who he allows in his house. His momma never taught him to have a care about that? THIS guy is gonna get sued.💸💸💸💸

LitheSteel
LitheSteel

Hee dinnit know nuffin

asillyrabbit551
asillyrabbit551

N Felon League. Is there any wonder why they act like this? I guess he doesn't know how a dead female can wind up in his house.

ACSO-Charles-One
ACSO-Charles-One

Right, who cares where she overdosed she's just some dumb girl who got hooked up with someone from National Felon League. Let's focus on the drug epidemic. Sir, fuck you the horse you rode in on and the little black dog that followed you. The story is the fact this young woman died in the home of an NFL player and illegal drugs where found. I will let law enforcement determine who's they were not some frickin paid mouthpiece.

61mouse
61mouse

You can thank the government who think they are NOW DRs. for all the ODs even when people were addicted to oxy. there wasn't all these overdoses . Because now the drug dealers have the addicts wrap around their fingers. At least if the person was an addict to OXY. they knew what they were getting . Now it's cut with god only knows . And now that the FUCKING GOVERNMENT putting their hands into the vaping shit . People will now turn to the.black market . Now you really going to see higher rates of people being put on ventilators .The government is just better off sitting in their chairs playing pocket pool.

Gramercy
Gramercy

Of course he "didn't know about the drugs in his home"....and the earth is flat!

Marxest
Marxest

Who told her to take drugs? No one. She did it herself. Its a tragedy that she died, but there is inherent risk in taking drugs. The drugs that she overdosed on probably didn't even belong to Mr Nicholson. I Mr Nicholson at his word on this one, unless the evidence shows otherwise.

HonorYourHeroes
HonorYourHeroes

One less degenerate junky, and one more person arrested for drugs puts a smile on my face any part of the day.