SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Hours before former San Francisco 49er Bruce Miller allegedly beat an elderly man, he was thrown out of a sandwich shop in San Francisco and KRON4 has obtained video from inside the store.
Miller was arrested Monday at the Marriott Fisherman’s Wharf hotel in San Francisco on Monday at around 2:45 a.m.
Before the hotel incident, Miller went to Tommy’s Joynt at 1101 Geary Blvd. The manager of the shop says Miller had no money and was asking other customers to buy him sandwiches.
In the video that was given to KRON4 from a JV Show on 94.9 listener, Miller can barely stand up on his own. He is seen acting erratically as a waitress tries to get him to leave.
“I’m not even kidding stop. You’re trippin’. We’re just trying to be here and do our thing, settle down,” the waitress says as she tries to calm him down.
The manager says he had to kick Miller out when he got into a fight over a sandwich.
Later that night, police were called to the hotel after Miller tried to enter the room of an elderly couple. The couple’s adult son, staying in the next room, told Miller he was at the wrong room.
Police say an intoxicated Miller attacked the son and punched his 70-year-old father. Both men were taken to the hospital. Later that afternoon, the 49ers released Miller from the team.
Miller has been charged with seven felony charges and one misdemeanor charge. He is due in court Friday to be arraigned.WARNING: Graphic language in video below