New York Jets Le’Veon Bell robbed by women he left naked in bed


PITTSBURGH, PA – SEPTEMBER 03: Le’Veon Bell #26 of the Pittsburgh Steelers watches the game from the sideline in the first quarter against the Carolina Panthers during the preseason game at Heinz Field on September 3, 2015 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

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HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (WTAJ) — Former Pittsburgh Steeler, current Jets running back, Le’Veon Bell was unable to tell 911 operators a description of clothes the women who allegedly robbed him were wearing, according to the recording that TMZ claims is Bell’s call to 911.

According to TMZ, the 911 call was made on May 25 when Bell reported that he was robbed by two women in his Florida home. The police report estimated the value of stolen items to be $520,000.

According to the 911 recording from TMZ, the caller was asked for the ages of the suspects, which he says is 23 and 21. They then ask for a description of the clothing they’re wearing, but the caller, presumed to be Bell, says he went for his normal morning workout, leaving them “In the bed not wearing clothes.”

According to reports, Hollywood Fla police, Bell, and the New York Jets have yet to respond to requests for an update.

You can hear the 911 recording by clicking here.

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