Ndamukong Suh Accused Of Hit And Run, But No Charges This Time

Ndamukong Suh is in trouble again off the field, and once again it involves his actions on the road.

The Detroit Lions star, who crashed his car in December while driving 91 mph in a 55 mph zone and faces a $1 million lawsuit from a woman who said she was hurt in the accident, has been involved in yet another driving incident. This time, Ndamukong Suh was accused of sideswiping a man as he drove to the Loins’ practice facility Thursday morning, The Huffington Post reported.

Ndamukong Suh was also accused of leaving the scene of the accident and berating the man whose car he hit, My Fox Detroit reported. The news station interviewed Steve Vines, who says Suh drive his black Range Rover into the Ford Escort he was driving as they merged onto a ramp.

“I look over at him and he started yelling at me, ‘Trying to cut me off. Get out of the way.’ And I just said, ‘Really?’” Vines told Fox. “He just started yelling about getting the hell out of his way and cutting him off.”

Vines called 911 and watched as Suh got out to go to the Lions’ practice facility.

Vines recounted:

“That’s when he said, ‘I advise you to leave, now.’ And I said, ‘I’m not going anywhere. I talked to the police.’ (He said), ‘I don’t care what they said. You need to get out of here.’ And then he said, ‘I’m advising you to leave, now.’”

Though the incident may look bad for Ndamukong Suh given his previous problems on the road, this time he won’t face charges, the Detroit Free Press reported. Dearborn Police said that after investigating the traffic incident, no tickets will be issued to either party.