However, police footage from the arrest (that was obtained by TMZ) tells a completely different story, and this story involves Williams falsely blaming everything on Vikings receiver Kendall Wright. Although the two did hang out that evening, police quickly poked some holes in Williams' story.
The new No. 1 receiver for the Dallas Cowboys was arrested by the Frisco PD in the early, early morning hours of May 19.
Williams told the cops he played for the Cowboys, which, given the extended state of mediocrity of the team these days, may be a good reason to throw a guy in jail.
OFFICER: Are you okay, man?
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Williams and Wright were teammates at Baylor from 2008 to 2011. His Lamborghini was already crashed into a light pole.
Williams' statements to police contradict one he issued Saturday. What were y'all doing? I was literally in my house.
WILLIAMS: The whole time.
"Williams stated "his friend was an idiot and he was driving (his scooter) to see what happened to the vehicle". And I don't want to drive and be a f**** idiot.
Williams said his friend, former Baylor teammate and Vikings wide receiver Kendall Wright had the vehicle and had called him to say there was a wreck.More news: Trump Tells Naval Academy Graduates: 'We're Respected Again'
Cops didn't believe Terrance ... because Williams' cell phone was actually inside the Lambo. Williams can be seen swaying back and forth, trying to maintain control of the bike, before tumbling head first over the handle bars, proving that he has trouble hanging on to more that just footballs. Anytime you hit a curve going about 60 miles per hour and struck his head, I don't know, but we're going to find out.
Williams claimed that Wright called him and told him his Lamborghini was crashed, but when police asked Williams where his phone was, Williams said that it was in the vehicle. But all the events just don't match up with the statement Williams released after it happened.
"The driver in front of me slammed on his brakes and I turned to the left and hopped the curb to avoid hitting him", the statement said. "I got his insurance information and my neighbor picked me up when my auto wouldn't drive".
The police found the Lamborghini abandoned in the area of Frisco Green Avenue and Lebanon Road, not far from the Cowboys' practice facility, at 4:45 a.m.
On Thursday, Williams' attorney blamed the misinformation on a possible head injury from the crash.More news: Apple reportedly knew the iPhone 6 was bendier than previous models
Frisco police say the evidence did not rise to a DUI charge.