PITTSBURGH -- Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Delton Hall turned himself in to police after a warrant was issued for his arrest on assault charges against a Pittsburgh woman.
Police said the incident occurred Wednesday afternoon in the parking lot of Nat's Lounge in the city's Strip District.
Jacqueline Harris, 30, told police she was in the parking lot talking with a friend when Hall joined the conversation and began arguing with her.
Harris claims Hall grabbed her by the lapels of her coat and threw her on the hood of a car, then slapped her twice in the face before he drove away.
Hall, 26, was arraigned on a charge of simple assault and released on his own recognizance. He will have a City Court hearing on Wednesday.
Hall, a second-round draft pick out of Clemson in 1987, has spent four years with the Steelers. In April 1989, Hall was arrested in Pittsburgh for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct. He was later charged with criminal mischief after being accused of pulling a commode off the wall of a holding cell.