Carl Crawford, former Red Sox OF, arrested on domestic violence charge

Carl Crawford

Carl Crawford was arrested after a domestic violence accusation. AP

The reported arrest comes less than a month after two people drowned in a pool in his home in Houston.

However, when Crawford arrived, he allegedly pulled out a semi-automatic handgun from his pocket and "unloaded the clip and ejected a round of the pistol and began walking towards her holding the firearm".

Since retiring from Major League Baseball, Carl Crawford has turned himself into a music label CEO and he is now the head of Houston-based 1501 Entertainment which boasts the likes of Megan Thee Stallion. The incident took place at the woman's apartment on May 8 during an argument between Crawford and the woman.

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"Facts giving rise to probable cause suggest that alcohol was a factor in this offense", Crawford's court docs say.

The woman told authorities the former Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder pushed her to the floor, slammed her head against the ball and choked her. Police said the woman's 1-year-old daughter, whose father is Crawford, walked up and distracted the former baseball player.

She claims Crawford also fled, but left his gun at the scene.

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Crawford was charged with assault of a family member-impending breathing. He was released from Harris County Jail on a $10,000 bond.

According to TMZ, this incident is not connected to the drowning of a child and a woman at his home.

Crawford, 38, was famously engaged to "Basketball Wives" star Evelyn Lozada from 2014 to 2017, when they broke up.

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