At 3:41am on April 13, Earl Thomas' wife, Nina Thomas, suspected her husband might be having an extramarital affair after logging into his Snapchat account and finding a video of him with another woman. Mrs. Thomas used the geolocational features on Snapchat to uncover her husband's whereabouts. She tracked him to an Air B n B not too far from their Austin, TX home, and there found him, his brother, Seth, and two women, sans clothes in bed together.
Did we fail to mention that Mrs. Thomas had brought a 9mm Beretta with her? Because Mrs. Thomas brought a 9mm Beretta with her. And then she held it to her husband's head and got the police called on her. From the initial TMZ report:
Cops say one of the women in the house shot cell phone video of the incident ... which they say shows Nina pointing the gun at Earl's head "from less than a foot away and it can clearly be seen that Nina's finger was on the trigger and the safety is disengaged."
Fortunately for Earl, cops say the Ravens defensive back was able to wrestle the gun away from her.
Cops say the cell phone video also shows Nina striking Earl in the nose before it ends.
Originally reported by TMZ on May 6, 2020 - https://www.tmz.com/2020/05/06/earl-thomas-wife-arrested-gun-baltimore-ravens-star-cheating-allegations/
It is said that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, and so the Ravens' star safety should consider himself let off the hook for not getting his brains blown out. Far be it from me to comment on the private intricacies of a stranger's marriage, but the evidence seems to indicate that "orgies with your brother" weren't something that Mrs. Thomas thought she had to tell her husband were off limits. Yet somehow, Mrs. Thomas was the one booked, - for burglary?! - and arraigned, and served with a protective order that requires she stay at least 200 yards - two football fields, for those whom the visual helps - away from her husband and his mistress.
This author, for what it's worth, is firmly on Mrs. Thomas' side.
I am reminded of when I was in my early teens and I would do something screwed up and then blame it on my younger brother, getting him into trouble with our mother. Looking back, that was pretty unfair. But Mrs. Thomas bearing the brunt of her husband's indiscretions? That's not just unfair. That's some bullshit.