911 Call From Gervonta Davis’ Arrest Leaked: ‘He’s Gonna Kill Me!’
911 audio has been released regarding the recent arrest of boxer Gervonta “Tank” Davis. In audio obtained by TMZ Sports, the victim was frantic and repeatedly pleaded for help on Tuesday.
During the call, the woman, who has not yet been identified, screamed at the operator, “He’s going to kill me!”
Unnamed Female Victim Pleads With 911 Operator For Help As Champion Boxer Allegedly Attacks Her
She claimed the boxer damaged her car by slashing her tires and even attacked her while a child was present during the alleged attack, which took place at a home in Parkland, FL, The Shade Room reported earlier today.
The woman could barely keep her composure on the phone with the 911 operator as dispatch attempted to gain more information about what was happening.
She could be heard screaming for help numerous times.
“I need help, please!” she said in the call. “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!”
Just a few moments later, she can be heard pleading with the operator, “Please, help me! He’s going to kill me!” before the call disconnected.
She was able to call 911 again, this time telling the dispatcher “I need to go home, I’m in danger right now!”
In another 911 call made by someone else, a woman can be heard requesting assistance for the victim, telling the operator that “Tank” had also spit on her.
Gervonta “Tank” Davis Slapped Victim With “Closed Hand” Leaving Facial Abrasion, Cops Say
Authorities say that Davis slapped the alleged victim with a “closed hand” leaving her with a cut on the inside of her upper lip, according to TMZ.
In court documents obtained by the outlet, cops claim the 28-year-old boxing champion “did actually and intentionally touch and strike” the woman “against her will” and “did intentionally cause bodily harm to her.”
She was eventually able to escape shortly after the reported altercation.
Davis Remains In Custody, Jan. 7 Title Fight Against Hector Garcia Now In Jeopardy
However, USA Today reports that the bout may now be in jeopardy.
Gervonta “Tank” Davis’ Arrest Record: A History Of Recent Charges
On September 14, 2018, Davis was arrested in Washington, D.C. According to a police report, he and another man started a fist fight.
Punches were being landed around the upper body. It was said that someone had tried to break up the fight and both men tried to flee before the police arrived.
And in 2020, he was accused of roughing up an ex-girlfriend at a celebrity basketball game in Florida, where he was seen grabbing the woman’s shirt “with his right hand close to her throat” before dragging her into a separate room.
On March 22, 2021, he was indicted on fourteen counts for allegedly running a red light after a November 2020 birthday party in downtown Baltimore.
His Lamborghini SUV struck another car, sending its four occupants to the hospital.
He allegedly left the scene in a Camaro that pulled up minutes later. If convicted of all fourteen counts, he could face more than seven years in prison.
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