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Last week, two disturbing texts were released by the lawyer of his ex fiancée indicating that Williams was having “suicidal thoughts.” But the Bills' star defensive end denied the seriousness of those messages Monday at Buffalo's organized team activities.
“Obviously it's just a tactic to cover up the point of the whole thing," Williams said. "It is what it is. I could really care less. All it is [is] allegations and text messages and what not, whatever information blown out of proportion. I mean, it's completely out of context."
Williams is currently in a court battle over an engagement ring reportedly worth $785,000. Things got ugly last weekend when Williams' ex began releasing details of their private conversations.
Williams, who signed a $100 million contract with the Bills last season, reiterated to reporters Monday that he’s "completely fine."
"In a moment of anger, I talk about everything, I'll tell you that,” Williams said. “And I don't know too many people who would say they don't. Have you seen any of the notion, me needing any kind of help?"
Buffalo Bills defensive end Mario Williams says his text messages to his ex fiancée last November were taken out of context.Last week, two disturbing texts were released by the lawyer of his ex fiancée indicating that Williams was having “suicidal thoughts.