Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall was temporarily handcuffed earlier this month after a dispute with two taxi drivers about a cab fare.
According to a Broward Sheriff's Office Event Report, on Nov. 14, taxi driver Yenbeve Saint-Remy waved down a deputy at Port Everglades regarding the passenger in his cab.
Saint-Remy told deputies that a dispatcher at Miami Springs Taxi company advised him that the man in his cab, Marshall, had refused to pay his previous fare. Marshall exited the cab and was placed in handcuffs, report said.
Marshall told deputies that he had no idea what was going on with the taxi driver, and that he was just trying to get home, the report said.
Other deputies, who had taken the report from Miami Springs Taxi, were called, and they said they had received a call regarding a man who had refused to pay his cab fare at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
A deputy was told that Marshall told the taxi driver to let him out to use the bathroom i...