Carl Crawford is not having a good 2020 in his personal life.
Back in March, rapper Megan Thee Stallion sued him for Burdening Her With a rotten contract, stating 1501 Certified Entertainment has virtually prevented her from releasing any new music.
In May, a woman who was staying at his home and filming music videos drowned in his swimming pool when she jumped in in order to save a young boy. That child also drowned.
Fast forward to June and now Crawford has been arrested for felony domestic violence in Texas stemming from an incident that happened last month, according to TMZ.
“The alleged victim claims she had recently broken up with the former MLB star after a two-and-a-half-year relationship, but agreed to meet with him on May 8 at her Houston, Texas apartment to talk things out.
When Crawford arrived, the woman claims he removed a semi-automatic handgun from his pocket. She then claims Crawford “unloaded the clip and ejected a round of the pistol and began walking towards her holding the firearm.”
The woman says Crawford was visibly upset … and claims the former MLB star began interrogating her, warning her that “if she lied to him that he was going to hurt her.”
The woman says she tried to leave her apartment … but says Crawford pushed her down to the ground in the hallway.
Crawford, per the docs, then “held the gun in one hand, and used the other hand to grab her by the head and neck, while asking her how long she had been dating a male acquaintance.”
When she stated that she knew the other guy for a week, she was met with her head being slammed against a wall several times.
“While still holding the gun, Crawford allegedly began to squeeze the woman’s neck while asking, “how long had she been having sex with the male.”
The woman says she felt like she was about to pass out when her 1-year-old daughter walked over to her, which allegedly distracted Crawford long enough for her to get up and flee the scene.
She claims Crawford also fled, but left his gun at the scene. Cops were called — and according to the docs, they observed pink areas on the woman’s neck and an injury to her right hand.
After the incident, the woman says Crawford continued to send her menacing text messages … saying, “That wasn’t a beating u just mad I made u confess.”
Crawford also allegedly texted that he was paying someone to track down the other male.
He surrendered to authorities on Thursday and being held on $10K bond.
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