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SportFormer Washington QB Mark Rypien pleads not guilty to domestic violence charge

04:20  02 july  2019
04:20  02 july  2019 Source:   redskinswire.com

Police report: Ex-NFL star Rypien says he hit wife

Police report: Ex-NFL star Rypien says he hit wife Super Bowl MVP Mark Rypien recently acknowledged to a Washington state police officer that he struck his wife during a domestic dispute.

Mark Rypien , shown here in 2014, is facing a domestic violence charge in Washington state. Police in Spokane, Wash., have charged former Redskins quarterback Mark Rypien with KHQ says Danielle Rypien was in tears as her husband was arrested. Spokane County jail records show

Police in Spokane, Washington , have charged former Redskins quarterback Mark Rypien with fourth-degree assault/ domestic violence over an incident Sunday involving his wife, Danielle. As told by KHQ-TV, which has video of Rypien being handcuffed and placed in a police car

Former Washington QB Mark Rypien pleads not guilty to domestic violence charge© Getty Getty

According to the Washington Post, former Washington Redskins quarterback and Super Bowl MVP Mark Rypien has pleaded not guilty to fourth-degree assault/domestic violence charges in Spokane, Washington on Monday.

Rypien was reportedly arrested on Sunday evening following a public incident involving his wife, Danielle.

A report from KHQ-TV, who had the original release about the arrest, stated that Rypien said in court that he and his wife were having an argument while he was driving, and he struck her in order to remove her hands from his face so that he could see the road.

KHQ also uncovered additional details surrounding the allegations. Police said they were dispatched to the area of Maple and Garland after a witness stated Rypien's wife was complaining of stomach pains, allegedly from Rypien hitting her. Rypien's wife told police she did not want her husband to be arrested. KHQ was the only crew at the scene and got exclusive video of Rypien being arrested.

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Washington Redskins legend Mark Rypien -- a former Super Bowl MVP -- was arrested for domestic violence in Washington on Sunday after an incident with Rypien -- who played for the Washington Redskins from 1988 to 1993 -- was placed in handcuffs and taken to a nearby station where he was

Super Bowl-winning quarterback Mark Rypien struggled with depression and even tried to take his own life on a couple of occasions. State law requires mandatory arrest in responding to domestic violence , so at least one person has to leave in cuffs. Said Danielle, “I had some bruises.

During his court appearance on Monday, Rypien's lawyer reportedly told the judge that no crime had been committed. Rypien will be released on Monday, and his next court appearance is scheduled for later this month.

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