It appears that former Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin, who back in 2013 accused teammates of bullying, posted a photo on his Instagram story of a shotgun on a bed with 18 bullets sprawled out around it.
Jonathan Martin, most-known for the bullying scandal with Richie Incognito and the Miami Dolphins, put a chilling post on his Instagram story. "So, out of an abundance of caution, we made the decision to close school today", the email read. Frank Albarran told the Los Angeles Daily News he does not believe the threat to the school was "credible". The official says a post on Martin's Instagram account showed a shotgun and referenced the private Harvard-Westlake prep school.
The spokesperson was unable to confirm Martin's involvement and said they had no information about there suspect or a possible arrest. Police reported to both campuses.
Martin spent three seasons in the National Football League, playing for the Dolphins before leaving the team in October 2013.
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A patrol vehicle is seen at Harvard-Westlake's Studio City campus after classes were canceled on February 23, 2018. Matt Stone, a producer for ABC News and Good Morning America was the first to share that Martin was taken into custody. Incognito sat out the 2014 season, but played the next three years for the Buffalo Bills. Martin played briefly with the San Francisco 49ers before retiring in 2015. Additionally, on the barrel of the gun he used the hashtag #HarvardWestlake, which is the L.A. high school that Martin attended.
It is unknown whether the Instagram account is Martin's account or if he posted the image.
The incident comes a little over two weeks after 17 students and staff were shot to death at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. He later admitted to depression and said he had attempted suicide.
The Los Angeles Times also reports that in 2015, Martin detailed his struggles growing up in a series of Facebook and Twitter posts. "Neither black nor white people accept you because they don't understand you".