(DEERFIELD BEACH, FLA) — A South Florida ‘Karen’ was hit with misdemeanor charges after allegedly providing false information to Broward deputies that ex-NFL star Terrell Owens attempted to ‘run her over’ while she biked through a Deerfield Beach neighborhood, according to reports.
Caitlin Davis, 38, falsely told authorities that she was riding her bicycle August 3 in Deerfield Beach when she witnessed Owens speeding through the street, allegedly running a stop sign.
In an incident report, Davis claimed Owens was harassing her after she confronted him for his apparent reckless driving.
Deputies triggered charges 3 months after the altercation when discovering surveillance footage didn’t align with Davis’ claims. A warrant was issued to Davis on October 27 by the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
Owens captured the dispute in a viral video taken on his cellphone.
“He got out of his car and started harassing me. He put his car in park,” Davis can be heard saying in the video.
“Right, because you’re going to yell at me and telling me I almost hit you, and I didn’t,” Owens said.
“But you didn’t have to get out of your f****ing car!” Davis said. “He ran the stop sign.”
“Well, there is no stop sign. What are you talking about?” Owens responded.
According to the police report, there were no witnesses to support Davis’ accusations against the former NFL star.