New details have emerged about the April 13 arrest of Nina Thomas, the wife of seven-time NFL Pro Bowl defensive back Earl Thomas. The two have been married for four years and have three children together. 

Nina was charged with burglary of a residence with the intent to commit aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after she allegedly held her husband at gunpoint during a volatile confrontation in Austin, Texas, TMZ reported.

According to The Baltimore Sun, Nina and Earl had an argument on April 13 over the NFL player's drinking habits. Later that day, Earl's brother, Seth, picked him up, and the two left for the night. 

Nina looked through Earl's Snapchat account and discovered videos of him with another woman. She used the account to track his location to a nearby Airbnb and rounded up two of her friends before going to the location with Earl's pistol.

When she arrived, she found Earl in bed with a woman and his brother in another room. Enraged, she allegedly pointed the gun at Earl and threatened the woman he was with while her friends stood behind her with knives.

While Nina said she only pointed the gun to frighten Earl, video of the incident from one of the women in the house shows Nina holding the gun near Earl's head with her finger on the trigger and the safety off. She later told police that she removed the magazine from the weapon, but police said they still found one round in the chamber.

"I got something for all you hoes!" Nina yelled before Earl grabbed the gun from her.

Nina punched Earl in the nose as they wrestled over the gun, TMZ reported. 

According to charging documents obtained by The Baltimore Sun, the woman Earl was with told police he was planning to divorce Nina and that they had been in a relationship for about two months. 

The Austin Police Department was called and arrived at 3:41 a.m. to find Nina chasing Earl around a car with a knife. As soon as the officers pulled out their guns, both Nina and Earl stopped.

All three women were arrested and charged with burglary of a residence in addition to another charge Nina received. Earl was not arrested or charged, and Nina was quickly released on a $25,000 bond. 

In a now-deleted post on her Instagram page, Nina released a statement through her lawyer Jonathan Goins that listed her life accomplishments and said she was wrongfully arrested that night.

“Things happen,” Nina Thomas writes on Instagram. “Just asking for prayers and privacy at this time.”

— Jonas Shaffer (@jonas_shaffer) May 7, 2020

"We have already gathered information which controverts every single allegation made on the night in question. We have begun working with the Travis County District Attorney's Office to ensure that these charges do not stick and Mrs. Thomas's pristine name is cleared," the now-deleted statement read.

After being contacted by TMZ, Earl released his own video to Instagram that he has since deleted.

Ravens safety Earl Thomas says in an Instagram post tonight that TMZ will have a report on an “altercation” between him and his wife, Nina, on Thursday. 

“Stuff like this happens, bro. We’re trying to live the best life we possibly can, but sometimes it doesn’t go as planned.”

— Jonas Shaffer (@jonas_shaffer) May 7, 2020

“I mean, it’s really not anybody’s business. It pisses me off that it got out, but it’s the world we live in today. But instead of talking about us, just keep us in your prayers. Stuff like this happens. You try to live the best life you possibly can, but sometimes it don’t go as planned. Just pray for us as we go through this stuff. We’re back talking. I’m seeing my kids. Just keep us in your prayers,” he said in the video.

The two were married in a lavish wedding attended by Ciara and Earl's former teammate Russell Wilson.

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Earl signed a four-year $55 million deal with the Baltimore Ravens last year after leaving the Seattle Seahawks. Nina is due to appear in court on June 8.