Ravens offensive lineman D.J. Fluker was allegedly battered by the mother of his child during an argument at their Maryland home earlier this month, according to a Baltimore County police report.
Kimberly Denise Davis, who has been living with Fluker for three eyars, was arrested and reportedly charged with second-degree simple assault allegedly punching him in the face. The argument erupted after Davis was told that she was a bad mother to their child, according to a witness of the incident.
“The officer then met with suspect Kimberly Davis, who advised that she poked the victim in the nose during an argument, the police report said. “She further advised that she did not intentionally strike him with the intention to cause harm or injury.”
She would be released on her own recognizance on July 15, 2020, police said. A temporary protective order was issued against her by Towson, Md., District Court.
Footage has since surfaced showing the aftermath of another incident of Davis striking Fluker during another argument in June. The offensive lineman did not file a report over that incident.
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“We have been in regular communication with D.J. regarding this matter and will continue to monitor the situation,” the Ravens said in a statement.
Fluker officially agreed to a one-year contract with the Ravens on May 11th.