Mario Williams is a former NFL player known for his consistent defensive end role that laid down him the millions of fortunes. Also, one of the wealthiest athletes of the world, he recorded over sixty sacks in the first six years of his career.
Coming out eighth in SuperPrep's Elite 50 overall and breaking NC States University's all-time sack record, Mario's recorded 399 successful tackles along with 97.5 sacks in his twelve years of a professional career.
Mario William, age 34, is one of the highest-paid athletes of the world with a salary of over $32.9 million. Also, he summoned $250,000 from brand endorsements. Throughout his longterm football career, he has accumulated the estimated net worth of $30 million along with a salary of $25 million.
Mario initiated his football career since his academic years in Richlands high school in Richlands, North Carolina. After playing his college career from North Carolina State University from 2003 to 2005, he made his NFL draft in 2006. He signed a six-year contract with Houston Texans for $54 million.
After six seasons, he moved to Buffalo Bills in 2012 for $100 million along with $49.5 million guaranteed for six years. Later, on 8 March 2016, he moved to Miami Dolphins for a couple of years for $17 million with $11.98 million guaranteed and a $4 million signing bonus.
Relationship With Former Fiancee; Filed A Lawsuit
Throughout the years, the former NFL player, Mario Williams has led a couple of ties. Back in the early 2010s', he dated Erin Marzouki for several years. Also, the couple shared an engagement ring and got engaged in navigating their romantic life together. Mario proposed his soon-to-be-wife, Erin with a $785,000 diamond engagement ring to be the co-pilot of his life.
However, the former fiance/fiancee could not take their romantical relationship further and separated in January 2013. His former fiancee alleged him of suicidal texts, as did her lawyer, who copied Erin's phone. As per the lawyer, Mario wrote that he took three hydrocodones before Buffalo's game at New England.
Later, Mario filed a lawsuit against Erin in Texas' Harris County district court and demanded to return the engagement ring. Also, he accused her of breaking their engagement and also mentioned that she used him as a means to get his money.
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Mario Williams with his ex-fiancee, Erin Marzouki (Photo: USA Today)
However, in May 2013, Erin also filed a countersuit accusing Mario the bond breaker and calling his claims false and patently false.
After six months of their fierce relationship battle, the former couple settled their lawsuits in January 2014. Both of the couples announced that they had an agreement regarding their dispute over the ring. However, the terms of their agreement were kept secret.
Mario, who filed a lawsuit against Erin, apologized to Erin for their relationship status and asserted her as a great person.
Children; Arrested For Trespassing Ex-Girlfriend
Mario relishes a soothing bond with his children and often updates his family life on social media. Back on 12 August 2016, he posted a picture of his son and referred to him as his sunshine. Also, he celebrated the second birthday of his son MJ on 25 June 2018 along with MJ's BFF JR.
Besides that, in August 2019, Mario Williams was put in jail for allegedly evading into ex’s apartment. As per the sources, he tried to enter to the mother of his child, Torie Porter using a pilfered garage-door opener. Mario, who also entangled in an argument with his ex, accused her of getting access into his iCloud.
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After the incident, the local authorities arrested him on misdemeanor criminal trespassing charges. Later, he got released with $100 bail.
Mario Williams was born on 31 January 1985 in Richlands, North Carolina, the United States. The body measurements of the former NFL player includes his height of 6 feet and 6 inches tall and a weight of 292 lbs.
He attended the high school at Richlands and had a record of 87 tackles, 13 sacks, 22 tackles. He then got selected to the 2002 North Carolina Shrine Bowl team.