Miami Dolphins’ Xavien Howard has been accused in a lawsuit of making secret sex videos and sharing them.

There are also reports that a woman got into his community this year and smashed his Bentley with a baseball bat. She was later arrested. A video of the incident was shared by journalist and radio talk show host Andy Slater on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Howard’s attorney Brad Sohn has issued a statement dismissing the lawsuit. He told Slater: “This lawsuit is a dead loser. Period, full stop. We will be seeking dismissal on legal several deficiencies on Monday but in terms of the substance of the case there is just no merit to it.”

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Not much else is known about the lawsuit at the moment. This is not the first time that Dolphins’ cornerback has created controversial headlines.

Back in 2021, Howard had a contract dispute with his team, which boiled over to practice sessions. He refused to participate in the team’s minicamp, which was mandatory for all members due to an ongoing disagreement of contract.

The former Baylor Bear player later showed up for training camp to avoid the $50,000 fine. After practicing for a day, he sat out with an injury until his contract was worked on by the Dolphins. When his team’s defensive lineman Christian Wilkins decided to walk in his footsteps a few days back, Howard made it clear that he was supporting Wilkins’ actions.

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Wilkins has been sitting out of team drills at practice because he wants a new contract. When Howard was asked about the Wilkins situation he simply replied, “Get your money. Get your money. I can’t say nothing else.”

“At the end of the day, you have to make sure you’re ready to play football also. No matter what you want to do because some guys just focus on getting paid, and stuff like that, then they forget that you still have to play football if you get paid or if you don’t. You still got to perform. You just got to take of this (inaudible), and I’m sure he’s going to do that because he’s a pro,” he added.