Ex-USC football player arrested on domestic violence allegations
Former receiver of the University of Southern California (USC) Victor Blackwell was arrested and booked at the Los Angeles Police Department 77th Street on October 8, over allegations of domestic violence, The Los Angeles Times reported.
At 6:21 p.m., authorities received a report of domestic violence from the University Gateway Apartments. When the police responded to the scene, a woman who claimed to be Blackwell’s girlfriend described a violent argument between she and the football player. After she retreated to her bedroom, she claimed that Blackwell punched several holes in her door. There were also allegations of destroyed property, like her mobile phone and computer.
The 21-year-old football player was booked with a bail of $50,000. USC coach Steve Sarkisian also officially removed Blackwell from the team.
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