Jonathan Martin questioned after Instagram gun post threatens former team-mates

Threat on Social Media Prompts Harvard-Westlake to Close Studio City Campus Friday

Harvard-Westlake School Shut Down Due to Instagram Threat, Allegedly From Jonathan Martin

"The atmosphere was a bit peculiar for the first 20 minutes because none of us really knew what was happening", sophomore Michael Lehrhoff said. "He's not a threat anymore". "The investigation is continuing, but rest assured we believe there is no threat to any school in the L.A. area". Martin went to Harvard-Westlake with a James Dunleavy, who is the son of former NBA coach Mike Dunleavy and went on to play basketball at Southern California.

FILE - In this October 27, 2013 file photo, Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin sits on the bench in the first quarter of an NFL football game against the New England Patriots, in Foxborough, Mass.

Martin struggled though and was released a year later. "So, out of an abundance of caution, we made the decision to close school today", the email read.

The post from Martin, who has struggled with mental health issues after a 2013 bullying scandal that shook the National Football League, showed a shotgun and referred by name to the private Harvard-Westlake prep school in Los Angeles that he once attended.

Martin left the Miami Dolphins midseason in 2013 after accusing teammates of bullying. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the Dolphins have not announced any details of Martin's illness.

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On Friday, yet another high school had to be shut down after a threat was posted on social media, but this time it wasn't a current student. It included Martin sharing a photo of a shotgun and bullets with the caption "When you're a bully victim and a coward, your options are suicide or revenge".

When asked if he ever wanted to talk to Incognito again, Martin told USA Today in 2016 he had "no desire" to.

An official says Martin was being questioned and was not under arrest Friday (Saturday NZT) afternoon.

-In a statement obtained by the Los Angeles Times, Harvard Westlake said: "The safety of our students, faculty, and staff is always our primary concern".

It is not known whether Martin himself posted the photo and disturbing words. "We are working closely with law enforcement and will share more information when we are able". A resident of that building told WEHOville that Martin's father came the building last night, looking for his son, as did police officers but they couldn't get access to it.

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