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  • Former NFL player, Ahman Green arrested for allegedly punching his 15-year-old daughter over 'dirty dishes'
  • Former NFL player Ahman Green, who's the all-
    time leading rusher for the Green Bay Packers,
    has been arrested for allegedly punching his 15-
    year-old daughter over 'dirty dishes.'
    He was arrested Monday morning after cops
    responded to his Wisconsin home at 11:26 AM
    following a 911 call from a neighbor.
    According to Police report, Ahman's daughter
    said they had been arguing all day long about
    chores. She said that she didn't want to wash the
    dishes and tension mounted between her and
    Ahman.
    In the report, she claimed the ex-NFL star
    grabbed her, threw her to the ground and up
    against the kitchen cabinets before punching her
    in the face.
    Upon arriving at the scene, police officers noticed
    her left eye was "swollen, slightly black and blue,
    and had two minor scratches."
    Narrating a totally different version of the story,
    Ahman admits they were arguing, and things got
    physical. But insists he did not punch her.
    Instead, he says he "slapped her upside the
    head" and her glasses caused the damage to her
    face.
    In his defense, he says he was physically
    disciplining his child and didn't abuse her.
    Ahman Green has since been arrested and
    charged with physical abuse of a child-
    intentionally causing bodily harm (a felony) and
    disorderly conduct (a misdemeanor). He faces six
    years in jail and/or a $10,000 fine for the physical
    abuse charge.
    According to ESPN, he is scheduled to appear in
    court on July 11.
    Green who's the Packers’ all-time leading rusher,
    scored 54 rushing touchdowns, added 14
    receiving scores to go along with 2,726 yards on
    350 catches and in 2014, he was inducted into
    the team’s Hall of Fame.

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