Geno Smith asked Monday morning to uphold the verdict of arrest on suspicion of DUI. Apparently, he did not give the same privileges to the arrested officers.
Arrest documents obtained by TMZ include Smith threatening officers and telling one that he had a “small dk.”
Smith was arrested Monday morning in Washington County for speeding and spent about 7.5 hours in jail.
Smith reportedly drove his Rolls Royce at 60 miles per hour at 96 miles per hour. Police said he drove the car erratically, smelled of alcohol and drank wine before driving.
Officers said Smith became belligerent during field vigilance tests and then stopped participating. He was then taken back to the police station.
“I joked with him, my wife thinks I work too hard. For some reason, the officer wrote in the documents that he said, “You have a little dk.”
The 31-year-old refused both a breathalyzer and a blood test.
“I’ll keep each of you quiet,” he reportedly told officers before holding his hands and feet. “You don’t want to see me outside of these cuffs, you don’t want to know what’s going to happen.”
Smith, who was drafted by the Jets in the second round in 2013, has spent the last three seasons in Seattle as Russell Wilson’s replacement. He has featured in four games this season, with Wilson’s finger injured in three. He is a free agent this season.
“The arrest will tarnish his reputation, which cannot be revoked no matter what happens,” Smith wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.
“I ask all of you to refrain from judging me as you have judged for your friends or family. I have something to say again along the way, and I ask you to lie [sic] With me.”
“Geno is fully cooperating with the investigation,” Smith’s attorney, John Fox, told the AP on Monday. “I hope everyone can be open-minded when the facts are established.”