“Ma’am, this is a f—ing emergency. I need officers here now!” footballer’s wife.

Former San Francisco 49er and Stanford alum Richard Sherman was released from jail following his arrest earlier this week on a variety of charges. He must appear in Court on Friday. His troubles may just be beginning as the King County District Attorney decides which criminal charges to pursue.

Sherman’s actions are exacting an extreme toll on his family as the above photo of his wife Ashley Moss in Court earlier today clearly shows.

Excerpted from San Francisco Chronicle 7.15.2021

Former 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman was released from custody Thursday, hours after audio emerged of a 911 call in which Sherman’s wife said he drank two bottles of hard alcohol and threatened to kill himself late Tuesday night.

A caller to Redmond police dispatch said Sherman was “on anti-depressants and had been drinking,” the report said, and one of the occupants of the house “bear-sprayed” Sherman.

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Richard Sherman at Stanford graduation 2010

At one point, Sherman’s wife Ashley Moss told the dispatcher that Sherman was leaving. Moss can be heard repeatedly and frantically shouting, “Richard, please stop!” Moments later, she told the dispatcher, “Ma’am, this is a f—ing emergency. I need officers here now!”

Sherman was arrested early Wednesday morning for allegedly trying to break into the Redmond, Wash., home of his in-laws. The incident occurred after he fled a single-car crash, authorities said, that caused significant damage to his 2016 black Mercedes.

King County District Court Judge Fa’amomoi Masaniai found probable cause for four alleged offenses: second-degree criminal trespass, third-degree malicious mischief, resisting arrest and driving under the influence. The first two charges carry a domestic violence designation because they occurred at the home of relatives.

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Judge Fa’amomoi Masaniai looks on during Thursday’s hearing for Richard Sherman at King County District Court.