Rara Thomas, an incoming transfer wide receiver to Georgia from Mississippi State, was arrested early Monday by university police on 2 charges, including a felony, according to Clarke County Jail arrest records. Now details have emerged from the police, according to the Athens Banner-Herald.

Thomas was charged with felony false imprisonment and misdemeanor battery family violence 1st offense, according to the online booking report.

Thomas was accused of standing in front of a fourth floor East Campus Village dorm room door, blocking the exit and telling a female who he argued with that she could not leave, according to a police incident report obtained Tuesday. Thomas allegedly bruised the woman’s bicep and causing abrasions to her shins. The woman told police she and Thomas lived together in Mississippi and in his native Alabama and were planning to live together in an Athens apartment.

The incident occurred at 11:30 p.m. Sunday at McWhorter Hall. Thomas was arrested at 3 a.m. Monday by University of Georgia police and booked into the Clarke County Jail at 4:05 a.m.

Thomas, 20, was released on $1,850 in bonds early Monday afternoon. He gave police a differing account of what happened than she did.

“Y’all know I’m not that type of person,” Thomas posted Monday in a message on his personal Facebook page. “I know better than that my momma taught me well! I’ll never EVER put my hands on a female !! Gots to get away from social media.”

A 17-year old woman told police she got into a verbal argument with Thomas, who she described as her boyfriend who was upset that she was following an unidentified male on Instagram, according to the report. She left the dorm after the argument and went to the gym, but they continued to argue via text, the report said. When she went back to the dorm, they continued arguing.