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Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens was involved in an incident early Friday morning when Los Angeles police were called to a woman's house after she complained he refused to leave.
Owens allegedly spent several hours pounding on the unidentified woman's door and refusing demands to leave the premises before the woman was forced to call police to resolve the disruption, according to TMZ.
Police were dispatched to the residence around 4:00 a.m. local time on Friday morning, and when they arrived on scene were told that there had been no altercation, adding that both party's safety were not in question. However, the woman wanted Owens removed from the property, according to entertainment website TMZ.
Police escorted Owens off the property without further incident.
Owens played for five different teams during an NFL career that spanned over 15 years. The six-time Pro Bowl wide receiver last played a game during the 2012 NFL preseason when he was under contract with the Seattle Seahawks.
Owens was signed on Aug. 6 and promptly released on Aug. 26 managing to record only two catches for a total of 41 yards. He last played during a regular season game back in 2010 when he was still a member of the Cincinnati Bengals.
The star has four children with four different women and while the he has had his share of troubles both on and off the field, he has regularly expressed his faith in Christ.
"I just think about when I was a kid living with my grandmother and her always saying that no matter what the situation or problem...that with God all things are possible," Owens previously told The Christian Post.
"I don't remember exactly my age but I remember being baptized as it represented the washing away of your sins and transgressions. It was a feeling of a new beginning, a fresh start."