May 30, 2015 3:27 PM by News Staff
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - A newspaper is reporting that NFL lineman Ray McDonald's most recent arrest on domestic violence and child endangerment charges resulted from his ex-fiancé's allegations that he violently pushed and pulled her while she was holding their 2-month-old baby.
The San Jose Mercury News says the allegations are outlined in the emergency order issued against McDonald following his arrest Monday.
Santa Clara police arrested McDonald again on Wednesday for allegedly violating the protective order by going to the former fiancé's apartment. The Mercury News says the order required McDonald to stay at least 300 feet away from her and the infant.
McDonald's lawyer, Steve DeFilippis, told the newspaper the woman was not home when his client went to the apartment with a defense investigator.
Prosecutors have not decided if McDonald will be charged.
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