An Ave Maria University football player has been arrested and charged with pointing a gun at a teammate’s head, according to police.
Police arrested Cory del Prado, a player at the Ave Maria, Florida-based school, on Monday, according to the Naples Daily News.
An argument reportedly erupted when freshman players Kurt Tibbets and Daniel Hoffman were tasked with manning the door to prevent any more people from entering because the room was already too full of party-goers.
When he was denied entry, the police report says del Prado pulled what looked like a firearm from his waistband, placed it to Kurt Tibbets’ head, and reportedly said, “I will ruin your life.”
“There is a student code of conduct that all students sign to be part of the university,” said Ave Maria University marketing and communications director Mark McCormick.