Bills Punter, Matt Araiza, has been accused of gang R*ping of 17-year-old Girl

Bills Punter, Matt Araiza, has been accused of gang R*ping of 17-year-old Girl

Matt Araiza is an American Football Punter for the professional American football team The Buffalo Bills. He used to play college football at San Diego State. He is one of the best punters in the world.

Matt used to wear the number 19 on his jersey in The Buffalo Bills. He was selected in the draft by the Buffalo Bills. At the young age of 22, he was nicknamed ‘Punt God’ for his ability to punt the ball 70-80 yards off the ground.

Bill’s Matt Araiza, two San Diego State players accused of Gang R*ping of Minor in Lawsuit

Buffalo Bills Punter, Matt Araiza and his two former teammates at San Diego State have been accused of gang r*ping a 17-years old girl last year in a lawsuit filed in San Diego County Superior Court on Thursday.

It accuses Araiza, who was 21 at the time, of having s*x with a then-high school senior, who was underage at that time. The victim has said that Araiza offered her to perform oral s*x and then had s*x with her before taking her to a bedroom in the home and there were three other men in the room already.

The lawsuit states that Araiza has thrown the teen into a bed first and made her unconscious and r*ped her. And after an hour, the teen came out of the room bloody and crying. Her nose, belly button, and piercings have been pulled out. She immediately told her friends and family about the incident and the next day complained to the police. During the call, Araiza confirmed having s*x with her.

Matt Araiza’s Childhood and Biography

Matt was born on May 16, 2000, in San Diego, California, United States. He was born to his father, Rico, and his mother, Kerry Araiza. His father is of Mexican descent and therefore, Matt is also of Mexican descent. He has highly supportive parents who have persistently motivated him.

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throughout his childhood. His father would take him to the ground 4-5 days a week and introduce him to sports. He has one elder brother who also helped him in his football career. He grew up with his parents and brother in San Diego, California.

Matt Araiza’s Professional Career

He used to play football during his school days. Matt redshirted his true freshman season while serving as the backup to All-Mountain West Conference kicker John Barron II. In 2021, Araiza was named the Aztec’s first-string punter in addition to his kicking duties. Following the end of the season, he announced that he would be forgoing his final season of eligibility to enter the draft of the 2022 NFL.

The Buffalo Bills selected Araiza in the sixth round, 180th overall, of the 2022 NFL draft. He was named as Bill’s starting punter as a rookie following the release of veteran Matt Haack.

Matt Araiza’s Schooling

Matt completed his high school at Rancho Bernardo High School, San Diego, California. After completing high school, he then joined San Diego State for further studies and he used to be in a college team as a punter. He won many trophies and titles in his college days.

Matt Araiza’s Net worth

As Matt started playing football from a very young age, his Net Worth is estimated to be approximately 17 million USD.

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Social Media handles of Matt Araiza

Matt Araiza has a huge fan following who have been following the NFL. He has got many followers on his different social media handles. He has got 43k+ followers on his Instagram. And he has 14k+ followers on his Twitter handle. He has got many fan pages on Facebook as well which have pretty good followers.

Mathew Ryan Araiza is an American Football Punter for the professional American football team The Buffalo Bills. He used to play college football at San Diego State. He is one of the best punters in the world.

Matt used to wear the number 19 on his jersey in The Buffalo Bills. He was selected in the draft by the Buffalo Bills. At the young age of 22, he was nicknamed ‘Punt God’ for his ability to punt the ball 70-80 yards off the ground.

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