He added that he wanted the neighbour to face legal consequences. Terrell Owens spoke after a Florida woman was accused of filing a false police report against him, which he calls a racist incident. The former NFL star appeared on New Nation`s CUOMO on Thursday (Oct. 27) for an interview discussing the allegations and impending prosecution. According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, NFL receiver Terrell Owens was recently sued in Fulton County for failing to pay child support. T.O. sues child support, by George Mathis, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, August 11, 2011. Owens has a five-year-old daughter with the woman who filed the lawsuit, alleging that Owens did not pay his August child support and told the plaintiff he had no plans to make future payments. According to the article, Owens was ordered to pay $5,000 a month in child support in May 2007 and only made payments for June and July after being threatened with legal action. On June 19, 2018, the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League (CFL) added Owens to their negotiating list.  On July 14, Owens activated his 10-day contract window with the Eskimos, so the team had to offer him a contract within ten days, or he would have become a CFL free agent and would have been eligible to sign with one of the other eight CFL teams.  On July 20, 2018, the Eskimos removed Owens from their negotiating list.
 On August 5, 2018, the day after his induction into the Hall of Fame, Owens trained for the Saskatchewan Roughriders.  Last August, a woman accused former NFL star receiver Terrell Owens of assaulting her outside her home after a violent argument. Now, the woman has been criminally charged after prosecutors said she made false statements about the incident. The 48-year-old also acknowledged that his stature as a Hall of Famer created an awareness of his experience that others might not have been granted at a similar meeting. Terrell livestreamed some of the argument with Davis on social media, and they can be heard yelling at him, “You`re a black man approaching a white woman!” In September 2013, Owens launched a podcast on the Sideshow Network with co-host Alonzo Bodden and former Survivor contestant and podcast host Rob Cesternino. The shows air every Wednesday and the discussion focuses on NFL games and the week`s news. Comedian Roy Wood, Jr. was a regular guest.  Caitlin Davis was formally charged with false reporting for a second-degree offence. According to authorities, Davis intentionally gave “false information to a law enforcement official” about the events.
Davis is scheduled to appear in court in December. If convicted, she faces jail time. In 1999, Owens caught 60 catches for 754 yards and four touchdowns. Young retired after the 1999 season after failing medical tests due to a concussion that season, and Jeff Garcia was named the 49ers` starting quarterback. In 2000, the 49ers won only six games. However, Owens had a record-breaking day on December 17, 2000 with 20 catches for 283 yards in the 49ers` 17–0 win over the Chicago Bears.  The record of 20 receptions surpassed Tom Fears` 50-year-old mark (surpassed by Brandon Marshall, who made 21 receptions in a game in 2009). Owens finished the year with 1,451 receiving yards and thirteen touchdowns. On November 2, 2011, the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League announced that they had extended a six-figure contract offer to Owens to play for the Wranglers for the 2012 season. On January 18, 2012, Owens announced via Twitter that he had accepted the Wranglers` offer and joined their ownership group. In his Wranglers debut, Owens caught three passes for 53 yards and three touchdowns when the Wranglers beat the Wichita Wild 50–30. His stats were: eight games; 35 outlets; 420 meters; 52.5 yards per game; 12 yards per catch; 45 longest takes; and ten affected.  “If the roles were reversed, they would charge me with the full force of the law,” Owens said.
“It doesn`t matter what kind of neighborhood you`re in. This is the reality of the life of a black American. Owens said the polling board, which includes city sportswriters with NFL teams, selects players in part based on their character. He thought some of these guys “should have been questioned” if he himself had been convicted for his off-field problems. When Owens denied the woman`s account of the police altercation, the woman shouted, “You`re a black man approaching a white woman!” Owens replaced WKBW TV sports host Jeff Russo for his 6:00 p.m. news show on May 18, 2009.  The woman, identified in court records as Caitlin Davis, can be heard telling Owens, “You are a black man approaching a white woman.” On Thursday, Owens told CUOMO that he was “overwhelmed” by what Davis had told him, but that he wasn`t necessarily shocked. The former NFL star accused the woman of making false statements. After the Cowboys beat the Atlanta Falcons 38-28, owner Jerry Jones announced that Owens had injured a tendon on the same finger he broke earlier in the season. Doctors recommended surgery at the end of the season, but Owens decided to risk permanent damage to his finger and decided to wait until the end of the season to repair the damage. “There`s no doubt about what he`s willing to do for his team,” Jones said. Owens returned to the 2009 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, scoring 17 points, including two alley-oops, to earn his second consecutive MVP award.  After the video ended, police reportedly left the scene, and it appears that neither Owens nor the neighbor are charged with a crime.