Denver Broncos safety Quinton Carter was arrested on Saturday at the Texas Casino in Las Vegas on charges that he cheated in a craps game. According to a report from USA Today, Carter was arrested after he added money to his bets after the dice had already rolled.
Carter was charged with three counts of fraudulent act in a gaming establishment. Each of those counts carries a possible six-year sentence.
After posting bail, Carter released this statement:
“I am fully confident that when the facts come out, I will be cleared,” Carter said in the statement. “I am truly sorry for the negative attention this has brought the Broncos, our fans and the league. I am fully focused on getting 100 percent healthy and making a positive impact on the Broncos this year.”