Witness Says NFL’er Jerry Brown Was Alive After Crash, Screaming for Help

Extremely disturbing news has been shared about the tragic car accident involving NFL’er Jerry Brown (who later died) and Josh Brent. One witness claims that Dallas Cowboys player Jerry Brown was alive and screaming for help after teammate Josh Brent – who was allegedly drunk – crashed the vehicle they were driving in. A woman by the name of Stacee McWilliams says she witnessed the incident and gave a statement to Dallas Morning News, as to what she saw. She explained:

‘I jumped out and ran out toward the wreck. I yelled to Brent, “Are you OK? Are you OK?” And he told me he was fine as he was pacing back and forth.I was relieved because I thought, it’s just a single-car accident, nobody’s hurt. And then fire sparked up from the car and got bigger and I started to hear screams. The fire became very hot, very bright, very big and then I started to hear screams coming from inside the vehicle and it was a man’s voice saying “Help me, Help, somebody help me”. Jerry was alive, he was hurt, calling out and his own friend walked away. (Brent) looked at me and said, “He won’t get out of the car”, and I said to him, “Get him out of the car, you have to save him”.’

She continued:





‘He abandoned him. I want people to understand that Josh Brent is not a hero. I keep hearing reports of how he was there to pull his friend from the fire, but he had to be coerced and pushed and begged and pleaded to get his friend out of the fire. And when he pulled him out, he just left him in the street. He didn’t tell him “Hang in there, help is on the way”. Nothing. He just left him there and I want the magnitude of that to be understood.’

Meanwhile, Josh’s attorney, George Milner, paints a different story of what occurred. He stated:





‘What I’ve been told is that Jerry Brown was never conscious after the accident. This woman, while present in the area of the accident, could not have seen or heard anything she said about Josh. It is believed Mr Brown was already deceased and could not have possibly uttered the calls for help claimed by Ms McWilliams. He’s a giant, kind-hearted teddy bear with a heart as big as his body.’

Josh has been charged with intoxication manslaughter, is out of jail on $500,000 bail. [Dallas Morning News]