There is new information in the arrest case of Washington Redskins safety Montae Nicholson. Court records show that one of the victims in the early Tuesday morning assault has a fractured skull while the other suffered injuries to his face.
Court records also show Nicholson had a prior arrest for driving under the influence and admits he was drinking heavily that night.
Video obtained by TMZ Sports purportedly shows the Redskins player beating a man in the middle of the street and throwing a punch that appears to knock him out.
Sheriff's deputies who arrived on the scene reported finding a victim unconscious.
The most serious injury appears to have come when Nicholson’s friend, Sydney Maggiore, struck a female victim over the head with a bottle and “fracturing her skull.”
Nicholson admitted to investigators to having "consumed a large amount of alcohol" and also admitted having been arrested in “Pennsylvania on a DUI charge in 2017.”
Court records also show Maggiore has had nine run-ins with the law since 2012. She has a felony conviction for embezzlement, a conviction for shoplifting, a ticket for reckless driving and numerous speeding tickets.