The 911 call made by a concerned neighbor in the Chad Johnson and Evelyn Lozada domestic violence case has been released to the public.
As previously reported by Newsone, Johnson allegedly head-butted Lozada during an argument over a condom receipt. Subsequently, he was cut from the Miami Dolphins and VH1 canceled their upcoming show ‘Ev and Ocho’ which was to premiere in September.
Hear 911 Call below:
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In the call, the neighbor is extremely calm noting Evelyn’s head laceration and the fact that she would probably need stitches. The main concern seems to be that no word leaks to the media because the incident is regarding a well-known couple.
“I don’t want the police to come with their lights on, but I just want them to come until everybody calms down,” the neighbor says. “She has a nice cut on the forehead that I believe is going to need stitches.
“He’s a very high profile person so we’d like to keep this as quiet as possible,” he says before concluding the call. “If you could let the police know, because we don’t need the news here.”
In the wake of the incident, Evelyn signed an affidavit stating that she would be pressing charges against her husband of approximately one month and a no-contact order has been put into place so that Johnson can not attempt to communicate with her.
Read Chad Johnson’s police report below:
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