Former Seahawk DJ Fluker’s partner arrested for kidnapping daughter 


The wife of former Seattle Seahawks and current Ravens offensive lineman D.J. Fluker was arrested last week on child kidnapping charges involving their child, according to the Baltimore Sun.

From the report, Kimberly Davis, who is reportedly in a long-term relationship with Fluker, was having a supervised visit with their daughter on Sept. 19th.

Davis, allegedly, kicked Fluker’s sister out of her apartment during the visit and refused to relinquish the child to Fluker when he returned home.

Days later, Davis was arrested on Sept. 22nd and charged with kidnapping a child younger than 16 years old and released on that day on bond.

The charge, per the report, carries a maximum penalty of 30 days in jail and a $250 fine since she is related to the child.

Fluker has stated that he has “fear for the safety of our daughter” and that he doesn’t “feel safe during this time” with Davis out on bail.

The troubles go back further than this kidnapping. In July, Davis was arrested for allegedly punching Fluker in the nose on July 12th at their home after an argument about social media.

Davis claims that she only poked him during the fight, and that she was fairly angry that he said she was a bad mother.

From that incident, Davis was arrested and charged with second-degree assault. She is due in court in November for that incident. 

For the kidnapping charges, they are due in court in January.


Fluker played for the Seahawks the last two seasons until recently signing with the Baltimore Ravens this offseason on a one-year contract.

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