Minnesota Vikings player Oli Udoh arrested

UPDATE 10/24/22: Miami police have confirmed the arrest of Vikings player Oli Udoh in a report provided to Twin Cities affiliate KSTP on Monday morning.

The report details the following:

Udoh was arrested just after 3 a.m. ET Saturday for one count each of disorderly conduct and resisting an officer at the E11EVEN Miami nightclub, located at 29 NE 11st St.

Police say officers responding to an unrelated incident in front of the club when he saw a side door swing open and multiple security guards attempting to restrain Udoh.

Officers intervened and identified themselves, but Udoh continued to resist officers’ physical and verbal actions. Police arrested him, but Udoh continued to physically resist to hinder officers’ efforts to bring him to their squad car.

Police then learned from security that Udoh had been standing with an unidentified female in a bathroom line when he tried to enter the women’s restroom. Police say the security guard who witnessed Udoh’s actions gave him “multiple chances” to leave the bathroom, but he refused.

More guards were called to escort Udoh from the club, and his resistance and alleged aggression led to his arrest. He was taken to Miami-Dade Tgk Correctional Center. It is unclear at this time if Udoh has been released, or if he is still in custody.

Three officers had body-worn cameras.

KSTP stated they are working to learn more from law enforcement agencies. A representative of the Minnesota Vikings says the team has allocated media availability for later in the week. Read an earlier version of this report below.

INITIAL REPORT 10/23/22: Minnesota Viking Olisaemeka Udoh, 25, was arrested Saturday night, the team confirmed in a press release Sunday.

It is unclear what the arrest could mean for Udoh or the Vikings.