CINCINNATI —A Bengals player is facing drug charges connected with a crash that happened months ago.
Court documents said an unoccupied Mercedes Benz was found crashed into a guardrail early on July 12 in Pennsylvania.
Police searched the car and found bottles of alcohol--one of which was open--and vape pens that were later found to be filled with THC, the chemical compound in cannabis.
When asked about the items found in the car, Boyd said the alcohol was in the trunk when he loaned out the car.
He then admitted that one of the vape pens, which tested positive for THC, was his and the other belonged to the man he says was driving.
Boyd took to Twitter Thursday saying:
Everybody chill out i wasn't present at the crash nor did i have anything to do with it period. It was just my car
— Tyler Boyd (@boutdat_23) October 5, 2017