A frantic 911 call from the woman who accused boxing star Gervonta Davis of domestic violence on Tuesday has surfaced.
TMZ Sports obtained the audio of the call from the woman who called 911 multiple times. In the first call, the woman was pleading for help and said that Davis had attacked her in front of her child and was then messing with the tires on her call. A second call was more frantic with the woman claiming Davis spit on her and saying she was in danger.
“Please, help me! He’s going to kill me!”, the caller said. “I need to go home, I’m in danger right now!
“I need help, please! I’m trying to go home. I have my baby in the car, and he attacked me in front of the kid. And, now he’s messing up my tires!”
According to police, Davis is accused of striking the woman in the face with a closed fist which caused a small abrasion on the inside of her upper lip. He was arrested hours later and remained behind bars until Wednesday afternoon.
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The arrest comes just 10 days before the 28-year-old Davis is scheduled to face Hector Luis Garcia in Washington, DC. The bout on January 7 is currently scheduled to headline a PBC on Showtime pay-per-view. There is no word on how his arrest will impact the fight.
Davis (27-0) was previously facing two misdemeanor battery charges in February 2020 after he was caught on video being physical with his ex-girlfriend at a celebrity basketball game in Florida. Davis is also set to appear in Baltimore Circuit Court on February 16 for his alleged involvement in a hit-and-run incident that occurred in November 2020.