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Former Wizard's player charged with domestic violence

Former Washington Wizard's player Javaris Crittenton was ordered by a judge this week to stay at least 100 yards away from the mother of his child after three cases of domestic violence against her. The ex-NBA player can't seem to catch a break, as he is still currently facing murder charges in relation to his involvement in the shooting death of a woman last year.

The first of the three instances the woman, Tyress Daniels, is citing took place while she was pregnant when Crittenton allegedly "roughed her up" in a hotel room. The next instance reportedly happened just one day after the baby was born and Daniels was still in the hospital with the child.

Daniels claims the couple got into an argument regarding what the child would be wearing for photos. Perhaps the most shocking of the fights, Crittenton allegedly hit her in the face while she was breastfeeding their child because she "had a smart mouth." Shortly after this fight, Crittenton grabbed the baby and tried to flee the hospital, but was stopped by security.

A judge awarded Daniels full custody of the baby boy after reading documents regarding the final accusations. Apparently, Crittenton scratched Daniels in the face and split her lip open during a fight, and later sent her a text message alluding to the idea that he wants to kill her. A hearing is set for next month to decide if the current restraining order will be permanent.

Source:, "Javaris Crittenton Accused Of Domestic Violence Against Baby Momma," Jonathan Hailey, Dec. 21, 2012

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