Boxing champion Gervonta Davis captured, accused of abusive behavior at home in Florida
Gervonta Davis, an undefeated boxing champion who has featured numerous compensation per-view occasions, was captured Tuesday in Florida and accused of abusive behavior at home.
Davis, 28, hit a lady with a “shut hand type slap” inside a Parkland home, as per a capture report. The lady experienced a cut on her lip, cops said.
The fighter was accused of battery hurting. He posted his $1,000 abandon Wednesday evening and was let out of Broward Region Prison, the Baltimore Sun announced.
Davis and the lady don’t live respectively, specialists told Miami NBC subsidiary WTVJ.
In February 2020, Davis was blamed for battering his ex in Coral Peaks, Fla. Yet, in December 2020, examiners declined to seek after that case.
Davis, who is 27-0 with 25 knockouts, is booked to feature a Jan. 7 boxing advancement with a battle against Hector Luis Garcia in Washington, D.C. Davis is viewed as quite possibly of the best lightweight contender on the planet, and has held titles in the lightweight, very lightweight, and super featherweight classes.
The Jan. 7 match is viewed as a check up before Davis’ exceptionally expected standoff against Ryan Garcia in Las Vegas on April 25.
Davis is likewise planned to show up in Baltimore Circuit Court on Feb. 16 for an irrelevant case in which he’s blamed for leaving the location of a quick in and out fender bender. Davis has to deal with 14 penalties all things considered.