Report: Crittenton Drew a Loaded Gun
But, according to Mike Wise of the Washington Post, two unnamed eyewitnesses have confirmed there was a fifth gun involved in the incident, belonging to Crittenton, which he allegedly loaded with a clip of ammunition and cocked after being angered by Arenas' note.
According to the Post, Arenas told Crittenton not to speak of the incident, saying he'd take full responsibility, but ultimately was forced to reveal the truth when speaking with the district attorney under oath on Monday.
Until now, Arenas has faced the brunt of scrutiny and criticism, with Crittenton portrayed as a relatively innocent bystander. If this version of events is confirmed, however, it's only a matter of time before Crittenton, who hasn't played a minute this season because of injury, joins Arenas on indefinite suspension, not to mention whatever legal consequences that may follow.