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Sports Ravens' D.J. Fluker allegedly victim of domestic violence incident, per police report

21:46  25 july  2020
21:46  25 july  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

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Fluker told police it was not the first time Davis had assaulted him. He cited another incident on June 29, but said he did not file a police report . Ravens safety Earl Thomas also allegedly was a victim of domestic abuse this offseason. Thomas’ wife held a gun to his head after she caught him cheating

Ravens offensive lineman D . J . Fluker claims to be a repeated victim of domestic abuse, police documents obtained by WBFF reveal. Baltimore County police arrested Kimberly Davis, who has had a long-term relationship with Fluker and has a child with him, after an incident at the couple’s home

Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman D.J. Fluker was allegedly the victim of a domestic violence incident, according to a Baltimore County Police Department report.

Police responded to a call at the home Fluker shares with his girlfriend, Kimberly Davis, in Reierstown, Maryland, on July 13. Fluker told the responding officer Davis punched him in the face after arguing over something that happened on social media. The officer also observed dried blood under his nose.

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Report : Ravens OL D . J . Fluker allegedly a victim of multiple domestic violence incidents . A woman in a long-term relationship with Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman D . J . Fluker was arrested earlier this month Fluker reportedly told police of another incident on June 29 that he did not report .

A new Ravens ' offensive lineman was allegedly the victim of domestic violence . Davis was arrested after a July 13 incident in Reisterstown, Maryland, according to the report . She allegedly punched Fluker in the nose, drawing blood. The incident started after she says she was told she was

A witness confirmed the account, per the report. Davis, who was arrested on second-degree assault, said the argument only escalated after the witness accused her of being a bad mother to the child she shares with Fluker. Davis said she poked Fluker in the nose during the argument but that her intent was not to cause harm.

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Fluker, 29, added in his statement to police that this was not the first domestic assault.

"We have been in regular communication with D.J. regarding this matter and will continue to monitor the situation," the team said in a statement to Fox Baltimore WBFF. The station also obtained photos of blood on Fluker's hands and face.

Report: Ravens' Fluker allegedly victim of domestic violence

  Report: Ravens' Fluker allegedly victim of domestic violence Baltimore Ravens guard D.J. Fluker says he's repeatedly been a victim of domestic abuse, according to police documents obtained by Austin Denean of WBFF. Kimberly Davis, the mother of Fluker's child, was arrested July 13 for allegedly punching the lineman in the face during an argument at their home in Reisterstown, Maryland. While Davis said she didn't intentionally hit him, Fluker told police that Davis has assaulted him several times over the course of their long-term relationship.Fluker also told police that another incident occurred June 29.Davis is facing charges of second-degree assault and destruction of property for the July 13 incident.

Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman D . J . Fluker told police earlier this month that a woman he’s lived with for three years has assaulted him on multiple occasions, according to a Baltimore County incident report first published by Fox45 and obtained by PennLive.

Report : Police say Ravens offensive lineman D . J . Fluker a victim of repeated domestic violence . According to a report from Fox Baltimore, new Ravens offensive lineman D . J . Fluker was the victim of domestic violence in multiple separate incidents .

A 2013 first round draft pick, Fluker spent the first four seasons of his career with the Los Angeles Chargers before one year with the New York Jets. The Seattle Seahawks cut him in April following two seasons there, and the Ravens signed him in May with the expectation he will compete for the starting right guard slot vacated by Marshal Yanda's retirement.

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D . J . Fluker , the veteran offensive lineman for the Baltimore Ravens , allegedly was the victim of a domestic assault earlier this month, according to police in Police responded to an incident on July 13 in Reisterstown, Maryland, where Fluker told them that his girlfriend, Kimberly Davis, punched him

Report : Police say Ravens offensive lineman D . J . Fluker a victim of repeated domestic violence . New Ravens offensive lineman D . J . Fluker was the victim of domestic violence in multiple separate incidents , according to a report from Fox Baltimore.


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