New Ravens offensive lineman D.J. Fluker was the victim of domestic violence in multiple separate incidents, according to a report from Fox Baltimore.
Police say Baltimore Ravens' OL D.J. Fluker was a victim of domestic violence.https://t.co/AlcExWWdyS— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 25, 2020
Fluker says he was the victim of several assaults in his long-term relationship with Kimberly Davis. The two have a child together.
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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 bad mother, and she didn’t mean to cause harm.
Davis is facing charges of second-degree assault and destruction of property.
Fluker claimed there was another incident on June 29 that he didn’t file a report for. Fox Baltimore acquired the video of that night, which appears to show Davis repeatedly striking Fluker.
“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 provided to Fox Baltimore.
Fluker, 29, was signed by the Ravens on May 11 after being released by the Seahawks in late April. He’s expected to compete for the starting spot at right guard.
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