Soldier Turned Cardinals Cheerleader Arrested After Alleged Assault Caught on Video 2:13

Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader Megan Welter is making headlines again this week, but it's not for being a hero, it's for being arrested. On July 20, Welter, 29, was arrested for alleged assault, disorderly conduct and criminal damage. Listen to the 911 call placed by Welter after the alleged assault. According to 3TV, Welter and her boyfriend had been drinking excessively when they got into an argument that turned physical. Welter's boyfriend, whom sources say is Ryan McMahon, recorded video of the incident with his cell phone. Watch video taken by police while responding to the 911 call. Welter joined the army after graduating college, and served sixteen months as a Lieutenant in Iraq. A reservist, Welter currently works as a signal officer for a military police battalion in Scottsdale. See the entire police report here.

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