Broncos’ McBean Accused Of Stalking, Turns Self In

DENVER, Colo, (CBS4) – A Denver Bronco has posted bond after being accused of stalking.

Denver police say Ryan McBean turned himself in to authorities on Saturday. He was released after posting a $50,000 bond. He’s hired defense attorney Harvey Steinberg.

Police are not giving details of the alleged stalking but they say it is a domestic incident.

McBean is a defensive tackle in his third year with the Broncos.

Head coach John Fox says he is aware of the accusations and will wait for the legal process to play out before determining any discipline for McBean.

“We’re aware of it. We’re gathering information. We’ll let the legal process run its course. At this point we’re gathering information and hopefully the facts,” Fox said.

He is scheduled for court on Oct. 28. If convicted, he faces up to three years in prison.

  • denvervet

    If he did the crime then he should do the time but he’ll get off he is a celeb.

  • ellen b.

    Here’s yet another spoiled, indulged, entitled brat who thinks he can manipulate and overpower people because he’s freakishly large. He’s paid millions but stalks a women who owes him $500? What a great role model to our impressionable young men. Yuck!!!!!!

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