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Junior Seau

Domestic Violence Police Report

10/28/2010 8:00 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Junior Seau's girlfriend told cops the former NFL linebacker grabbed her by the arm and shoved her into a wall ... this according to the police report just obtained by TMZ.

Junior Seau

The girlfriend told police the force was so violent it caused her to knock over their fish bowl. The fish survived.

One of the cops said he saw a small red abrasion on her right forearm and felt a raised bump on the right side of her head.  She also complained of back pain.  Cops say the front of her shirt was ripped open.

The woman rejected the cops' offer to get her an emergency protective order.

Seau -- a former San Diego Charger --  had left the scene but called the woman's cell phone while cops were still at the home.  Seau spoke with police and denied striking his GF.

Seau returned to the house and was arrested.  Cops say they smelled alcohol and his eyes were bloodshot.

As we previously reported, the San Diego County District Attorney's Office declined to file criminal charges against Seau.

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onlyinamerica    


one

1402 days ago
2.

James     

Unintresting story.

Way to go TMZ. A report on a washed up football player, who didn't beat his wife.

1402 days ago
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Jayster    

Apparently San Diego works under the "no blood, no foul" method of prosecution. Obvious marks on woman, torn clothing and him with alcohol on his breath.Yep, nothing to see here, move along.
Just what DOES it take take to get arrested and do meaningful time in SoCal???

1402 days ago
4.

Justin    

Must be nice to be a football star. You can get away with assaulting your wife and driving drunk. Nothing new.

1402 days ago
5.

debby    

Typical abuser. Lie and think they you can get away with abusing a woman. Next time he'll probably break an arm or maybe even end up killing her. But hey, he's an ex football star so he doesn't need to be held accountable. As a woman abused by her husband, this lady needs to press charges and he needs to be in jail for some time.

1402 days ago
6.

Hench    

Sounds a little "After the Fact" San diego takes pride in false convictions in attempt to maintain high in percentages in D.v. cases..Regardless of false claims and corruption and conspiracy with in the District Attorney's office to maintain their pride and joy - no matter who pays the innocent price.. I CALL FRAUD on Carlsbad corrupt cops.. Yeah VOTE for Blackburn..another corrupt cop..

1402 days ago
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joeyjerkoff    

Obviously no charges were filed because former USC stars never assault their women...oh wait...

1402 days ago
8.

Joao    

- The cops saw that the woman was roughed up by a former FOOTBALL PLAYER -

- the coward runs from the scene

- hysterical, she calls the cops,

- then denies it (cops looking at the evidence)

- so the cops ASKS, "so what do you want to do?"

- she backs down from her story, they hook up, he cries, she cries, they have crazy sex then...

- she backs down from charges

- cops sees what appears to be evidence of Jr. being intoxicated. Later he drives his car off the road (says he fell asleep, that I believe, probably nodded off or passed out drunk)

isn't there a law, even in California, that a cop has to pursue an assault?

1402 days ago
9.

Jeremy    

I live in San Diego - in fact I work in Carlsbad and came to the realization of how this unfolded when I saw numerous helicopters cruising the air focused on one portion of the coast line, I was like wtf? Anyways charges were dropped for the assault, but what really upsets me is how in the hell he wasn't charged with criminal negligence and/or reckless driving for driving a vehicle off a cliff onto the beach? Innocent bystanders lives could of been put in jeopardy for his "sleeping" incident. It just behooves me and frustrates me all at the same time insofar as him getting off on everything. I feel compelled to write a letter to the City of Carlsbad expressing my disdain for how everything unfolded.

1402 days ago
10.

stumpy    

Apparently San Diego works under the "no blood, no foul" method of prosecution. Obvious marks on woman, torn clothing and him with alcohol on his breath.Yep, nothing to see here, move along.
Just what DOES it take take to get arrested and do meaningful time in SoCal???

Posted at 4:40 PM on Oct 28, 2010 by Jayster

My ex wife shoved me with both hands
should she be locked up? are we talking equal justice
or one sided?

1402 days ago
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stumpy    

Apparently San Diego works under the "no blood, no foul" method of prosecution. Obvious marks on woman, torn clothing and him with alcohol on his breath.Yep, nothing to see here, move along.
Just what DOES it take take to get arrested and do meaningful time in SoCal???

Posted at 4:40 PM on Oct 28, 2010 by Jayster

1402 days ago
12.

Joe    

A SACK AND A FORCED FUMBLE...

1402 days ago
13.

Ray2447    

False accusations of domestic violence, or rape, against men are common. Such a false accusation is domestic violence, or rape, yet police and prosecutors almost never prosecute such criminals. Not counting false accusations of domestic violence, credible research overwhelmingly shows that the ratio of d.v. is at least 50/50 between women & men. http://tinyurl.com/3sakk According to one study by researchers who work at the CDC, in 70% of domestic violence incidents, where the domestic violence is not mutual, it's women who initiate the domestic violence. http://tinyurl.com/yzm9xhe The taxpayer funded domestic violence industry has largely mischaracterized the true nature of d.v. from the beginning and continues to mislead the public. D.V. law follows a gender feminist agenda/ideology over facts in evidence and does great harm to many innocent men (and also many battering women who need help) as shown in "Los Misandry" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAmOxvudpF8

1402 days ago
14.

Colonel Bleep    

Junior Seau was ALWAYS a classless lowlife creep. Nothing new at all. Jail time moron!

1402 days ago
15.

John    

Violence isn't the answer

John P McNiff

1402 days ago
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