NFL running back Ryan Moats and his wife Tamisha will talk live to "Good Morning America's" Robin Roberts Monday morning to discuss being stopped and detained by a Dallas police officer as Tamisha Moats' mother lay dying in a nearby hospital.
Moats, who plays for the Houston Texans, was pulled over in the early morning hours of March 18 by Dallas police officer Robert Powell, 25, after Moats reportedly ran a red light while rushing to a Plano hospital to get to his mother-in-law's death bed.
ABC News Dallas affiliate WFAA obtained footage from Powell's dashboard camera of a heated exchange between the Moats and the officer.
Watch "Good Morning America" Monday, March 30, from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. ET to see this exclusive interview with Ryan and Tamisha Moats.
The Moats were pulled over in the parking lot outside Baylor Regional Medical Center where Tamisha Moats' mother, 45-year-old Jonetta Collinsworth, died a short time later from breast cancer.
Tamisha Moat, 27, left the vehicle to try to walk into the hospital, but Powell yelled at her, "Let me see your hands!"
When Ryan Moats told the officer his mother-in-law was dying, Powell said, "Shut your mouth. You can either settle down and cooperate or I can just take you to jail for running a red light."
Powell also drew his gun in the nearly 15-minute exchange, according to the Dallas police. Powell was placed on administrative leave Thursday after the incident became public.
Tamisha Moats did make it into the hospital to be with her mother in her final moments before she died. The 26-year-old NFL player and Jonetta Collinsworth's father, Earl Jackson, did not.