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Ex-NFL player Kevin Ware Jr. reportedly burned the body of his girlfriend Taylor Pomaski after killing her

Former NFL player Kevin Ware Jr. allegedly burned his girlfriend’s body after killing her, prosecutors said Wednesday.

The gruesome details of Taylor Pomaski’s murder were revealed in court documents when Ware was taken to the Harris County Jail in Houston to face charges in her murder, according to Click 2 Houston.

Ware, 42, was charged after the remains of Pomaski, 29, were found in Harris County in December. She had been missing for seven months after reportedly last fighting Ware at a party they were throwing.

Taylor Pomaski was last seen on April 25 at a party at the house she shared with Kevin Ware Jr. in Spring, Texas.
Taylor Pomaski was last seen on April 25 at a party at the house she shared with Kevin Ware Jr. in Spring, Texas.
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Court documents filed Wednesday claim Ware burned her body after killing her. He faces charges of murder and tampering with evidence — particularly the body — and faces life imprisonment if convicted.

Ware was reportedly being held north of Houston on drug and weapons charges stemming from a 2019 arrest in which he was allegedly caught with a loaded AK-47 and large amounts of cocaine and marijuana along with methamphetamine, according to the Montgomery County police reporters.

Kevin Ware Jr., who had a short career in the NFL nearly two decades ago, could face a life sentence.
Kevin Ware Jr., who had a short career in the NFL nearly two decades ago, could face a life sentence.
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The one-time tight end had a brief career in the NFL nearly 20 years ago, playing brief stints in Washington and San Francisco in 2003 and 2004.

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