Less than 24 hours after Josh Brent was indicted for felony intoxication manslaughter, new details have emerged surrounding the car crash that killed Dallas Cowboys teammate Jerry Brown.
Per the Associated Press, an official crash report states Brent's blood-alcohol content level was 0.189, more than double the Texas legal limit of 0.08.
The report also indicates that Brent was driving with a suspended license on Dec. 8, when he sped, struck a curb and flipped his car, resulting in the death of Brown.
Authorities reportedly found an unopened bottle of Cognac liquor and "multiple receipts" in Brent's Mercedes sedan. Brent and Brown allegedly spent part of the night at the club Privae Dallas.
Brent, who's been placed on the Cowboys' non-football injury list, faces up to 20 years in prison.