‘I’ve only seen s*** like that in movies’: Retired NFL star Chad ‘Ochocinco’ Johnson live tweets his neighbor Roger Stone’s arrest in Florida

Friday, January 25, 2019
By Paul Martin

Chad Johnson, the former NFL receiver who briefly changed his name to Chad Ochocinco, claimed to witness Stone’s arrest from his Ft. Lauderdale home
Johnson is a Florida native who played for the Miami Dolphins in 2012, but it is not clear how closely he lives to Stone’s Fr. Lauderdale address on Coral Way
The longtime Cincinnati Bengals receiver did own a six-bedroom, seven-bathroom house in nearby Davie, Florida that is reportedly worth $1.5 million
FBI agents in tactical bulletproof vests arrested Stone on Friday morning with guns drawn after Special Counsel Robert Mueller unsealed an indictment
Stone is charged with five counts of making false statements, one of witness tampering and one of obstruction of official proceedings
Asked by DailyMail.com if he expects to be cleared, the 66-year-old Stone cracked a wry smile and said: ‘Absolutely’

By ALEX RASKIN
DAILYMAIL.COM
25 January 2019

Chad Johnson, the former NFL receiver who briefly changed his name to Chad Ochocinco, did not need to watch cable news to learn that Donald Trump associate Roger Stone was arrested Friday morning.

He just had to look outside.

‘FBI arrested my neighbor Roger before my morning jog,’ Johnson, 41, tweeted Friday morning, shortly after Stone’s arrest. ‘I’ve only seen s*** like that in movies, crazy to start to my Friday.’

Johnson is a Florida native who played for the Miami Dolphins in 2012 after a 10-year stint with the Cincinnati Bengals.

He previously posted pictures of his Fort Lauderdale home in 2016, but it’s not clear if that is the same house that is nearby Stone’s. Johnson did own a six-bedroom, seven-bathroom house in nearby Davie, Florida that according to Trulia is worth $1.5 million.

Stone was arrested at his home on Coral Way in Fort Lauderdale.

Johnson famously changed his name to Ochocinco in 2008 to reflect his jersey number. Then, in 2012, he reverted back to ‘Johnson’ while he played for the Miami Dolphins.

FBI agents in tactical bulletproof vests arrested Stone on Friday morning with guns drawn after Special Counsel Robert Mueller unsealed a seven-count indictment from a grand jury impaneled in his sprawling probe into Russian election meddling.

The self-described political dirty trickster found himself in custody following a dramatic pre-dawn raid with a lead agent shouting ‘FBI! Open the door! We have a warrant!’

With tactical flashlights shining in his face, Stone confirmed his identity to the agents and was led away in his pajamas,.

Stone is charged with five counts of making false statements, one of witness tampering and one of obstruction of official proceedings.

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