Lakitta Jackson Biography – Wiki
Lakitta Jackson is the wife to former NFL footballer Tarvaris Jackson who died on Easter Sunday 2020 due to a car accident. Tarvaris Jackson leaves behind his wife Lakitta Jackson, and three children – Tarvaris, Takayla, and Tyson.
Lakitta Jackson Husband (Tarvaris Jackson)
Lakitta and Tarvaris Jackson have faced domestic problems. In 2016, Jackson was charged on an aggravated assault charge after allegedly pulling a gun on his wife at a vacation home near Orlando, Fla. The police report said Jackson arrived home and kicked in the upstairs bedroom door before getting into a verbal altercation with his wife.
Jackson then pointed a loaded gun at her and said, “I’ll kill you.” Per Chris Hush of WESH-TV in Orlando, Jackson’s wife responded, “You better be accurate, because you ain’t accurate on the field.” A witness reportedly grabbed Jackson to prevent him from shooting. The then 33-year-old was arrested and booked at Osceola County Jail and was released Saturday morning on $2,500 bond.
Tarvaris Jackson Car Accident
FL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported that Jackson died in a car accident on Easter Sunday. Rapoport tweeted “Former #Seahawks QB Tarvaris Jackson died last night in a car accident in Alabama, a spokesperson for his employer Tennessee State tells me. Jackson, 36, was TSU’s QB coach. Along with Seattle, he also played for the #Vikings and #Bills.” Jackson died shortly after 9 p.m. on April 12 after his 2012 Chevrolet Camaro struck a tree and was overturned while traveling on Pike Road just south of Montgomery, Alabama, per Montgomery Advertiser.
The Vikings selected Jackson in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft, and Jackson played for the Vikings from 2006 to 2010. A reserve quarterback for much of his time with the Vikings, Jackson was starting quarterback for the 2007 season and part of the 2008 season, after which Jackson began to the Vikings’ Wild Card playoff game. In 2011, Jackson signed with the Seahawks and was starting quarterback for the 2011 season. Jackson was then traded to the Bills before the 2012 NFL season but never played a game. Jackson returned to the Seahawks in 2013. He was the backup quarterback for Russell Wilson during Super Bowl XLVIII over the Denver Broncos.