A Baltimore County woman alleged in a court filing last week that Ravens linebacker-defensive end Terrell Suggs knocked her down and spilled bleach on her last month after an argument over game-day tickets, records show.
Candace Williams, 26, who identifies herself as Suggs’ fiancee and the mother of his two children, received a temporary protective order Friday requiring Suggs to stay away from her and to vacate their Windsor Mill home until a District Court hearing this Friday. Suggs, 27, who suffered a knee injury in the Nov. 16 game against the Cleveland Browns and has not played since, was inactive for Monday night’s game against the Packers and did not travel with the team to Green Bay.
She said Suggs said she had hurt his arm and began yelling obscenities at her, and Williams said she spat on his chest. She wrote that she heard one of Suggs’ friends, who was present in the home, say, “Oh no, Sizz, come on, don’t do that.” When she turned around, according to her complaint, he knocked her to the ground and sat on top of her, grabbing her neck and holding an open bottle of bleach over her.
Williams wrote that Suggs used an obscenity and said he was going to “drown [her] with this bleach.”
She put her hands over the cap, but the cleaner spilled onto her and their son, she wrote. He then told her to get out of the house, dressed and left for the game, she wrote.