The mother of former LSU star, and current Buffalo Bill, Tre'Davious White, was arrested last weekend in Bossier Parish.

Bossier Sheriff's records show that LaShawnita Ruffins was arrested Sunday, September 30th, and charged with one count of Aggravated Battery - Domestic Violence. Records also show that she was arrested by Bossier City Police, and posted bond the same day she was arrested.

Though details from officials are very limited, other media outlets are reporting that Ruffins was arrested for allegedly stabbing a man in the chest. National news outlets have even picked up on the story, including the sports division of TMZ, who suggests that the victim could even be White's father. 

Before heading to LSU, White was a star at Shreveport's Green Oaks, where he became a 5-star recruit. While at LSU, he became First team SEC, and a consensus All American. That all led to White being drafted in the First Round of the 2017 NFL Draft.

During White's first season in the NFL, he was named to the All-Rookie Defensive Team. White has started all 20 of his career NFL games, recording over 80 tackles, and 4 interceptions.