Update: Dante Fowler has broken silence about footage of his child's mother fighting with his alleged girlfriend... and the Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end is downright embarrassed.
"I am embarrassed and have apologized for my actions to everyone involved," Fowler told TMZ. "As a family, we have been dealing with this moment and the conflict that led to it since this occurred. The video surfacing is a sad reminder that emotions got the best of all of us. I take 100 percent responsibility for everything that happened."
The Jaguars added that Fowler informed them of the incident before the footage went public.
And about that crazy footage? Well, TMZ just released the full fight video, which shows Fowler breaking up the women's scrap towards the end.
It's bad enough to be facing a bout of baby-mama drama internally.
It's worse when it plays out in front of the masses in a real messy way.
That's the predicament that Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Dante Fowler finds himself in after TMZ released footage of who they claim is the mother of his child and a woman, believed to be his girlfriend, fighting inside a Florida apartment complex on the night of February 1.
The celebrity news site says Fowler arrived with his alleged girlfriend, who confronted his baby mama near the elevator... and it all goes downhill from there with fists flying and hair pulling.
Fowler, who stands 6-foot-3 and weighs over 260 pounds, doesn't even attempt to get in between the women's scrap early on.
Instead, he is seen stepping back and gesturing, as if to give them the stage and platform to duke it out and settle their differences.
Well, little did he know that the episode would play out on TMZ.
The site claims when Fowler had finally seen enough, he separated the two women and left with his alleged girlfriend on the elevator.
Good grief, Dante.
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