The NFL’s trouble with domestic violence continues this offseason with Ray McDonald, a former 49ers defensive tackle who’s currently a free agent.
On Thursday (July 9), McDonald was formally charged with domestic violence and false imprisonment because of an incident involving his ex-fiancée and their 2-month-old, according to the Los Angeles Times. Prosecutors say that McDonald broke into her bedroom at 4 a.m. May 25 and assaulted her. McDonald broke in two days later despite a restraining order.
This isn’t McDonald’s first brush with the law. Last year, he was under investigation for being a possible perpetrator in a San Jose sexual assault. No charges have been brought up in connection to that reported incident.
Former 49er Defensive Tackle Ray McDonald Charged With Domestic Violence And Child Endangerment was originally published on theurbandaily.com