REDMOND, Wash. — Home surveillance video obtained by KOMO News shows former Seattle Seahawks player Richard Sherman trying to enter the home of his Redmond in-laws, which landed him in the King County Jail before he was ordered released Thursday.
"Come through!" he yelled to those inside. "Come through!"
It was not immediately clear why Sherman, 33, was trying to enter the home but his father-in-law told Redmond police that he pepper-sprayed the athlete and picked up his gun during the incident. It appears as if people inside were screaming during the incident.
A King County judge ordered Sherman to be released on his own recognizance after the athlete sat in jail for nearly two days.
But District Court Judge Fa'amomoi Masaniai attached several restrictions on Sherman's release, including that he not drink alcohol or do drugs and that he have no contact with his father-in-law.
Sherman is expected to appear in court Friday for another hearing.