Wow what a shocking day Evelyn Lozada been having, TMZ reports she was so afraid of Â Chad Johnson, during last night’s alleged head-butt fight … she had to flee to a neighbor’s house for safety, this according to the police report. The photos above is the first picture of Chad Johnson leaving jail with his lawyer (viaÂ @IzzyGould)…Â Â I hope they not taping this for the show, I’m just keeping it real people…
According to the report, after Johnson allegedly head-butted Lozada during an argument about a receipt for condoms, Johnson began screaming at Lozada, saying, “I don’t give a f**k! I don’t give a f**k about my career!”
According to the report, Lozada “fled on foot to a neighbor’s house to get away from Johnson.”
The report goes on to say that Johnson drove around the neighborhood looking for Lozada, who had called police from the neighbor’s home. TMZ
The officer who responded says in the report he observed a 3″ laceration on her forehead. The officer said when he spoke to Johnson, he admitted the two argued, but said she yelled “F**k it!” at him and then she head-butted him.
Johnson told the officer he was driving around to try and give her time to calm down.
Johnson was eventually arrested for domestic violence and was released around 10:00 AM
UPDATE: 10:55AM EST Sunday, August 12, 2012
TMZÂ reports that Evelyn Lozada was released from the hospital:
As TMZ previously reported, Evelyn was admitted to the ER at West Side Regional Hospital last night in FL after her new husband, NFL star Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson,Â allegedly head-butted her during a heated argument.
Sources tell TMZ … Evelyn was treated for injuries stemming from the incident and remained at the hospital for several hours.
She was released early Sunday AM.
We’re told Evelyn is currently staying with close friends.
UPDATE: 9:30AM EST Sunday, August 12, 2012
Video and first image from Chad Johnson’s bond hearing:
UPDATE: 8:30AM EST Sunday, August 12, 2012
Bond has been set for Chad Johnson at $2,500.Â He has paid his bond and should be out of jail within hours, his lawyer says.Â He has been ordered to stay away from Evelyn Lozada.
UPDATE: 11:50PM EST Saturday, August 11, 2012
Izzy Gould, Miami Dolphin’s reporter for The Sun-Sentinel reports that Chad Johnson is expected to bound out of jail by 8:30 a.m. ET Sunday morning.
Pro Football Talks reports:
According to Davie (Fla.) Police Department captain Dale Engle, Johnson was arrested Saturday night on domestic violence charges, per the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
According to the report, Johnson was arrested after an incident involving his new wife, Evelyn Lozada. He allegedly head-butted her during an argument in his car.Â They were married on July 4.
When police arrived at the scene, Lozada had lacerations on her forehead.
TMZ reports that “Lozada has been at the hospital for several hours and her injury will require stitches.”
Miami Dolphin journalist, Ben Volin tweeted that the altercation started over receipts for condoms.
Likewise, The Palm Beach Report published that Basketball Wives star did in fact find a receipt for condoms in the car as the couple drove home from dinner. The site reports:
According to Engle, Johnson and his wife, Evelyn Lozada, were driving to their home in Davie after dinner Saturday night when Lozada found a receipt for a box of condoms in the car, sparking an argument that got â€œheated.â€
When they arrived at their home, the argument â€œescalated quite a bit,â€ Engle said, and Johnson and Lozada butted heads, giving Lozada a laceration on her forehead. Lozada told police that Johnson purposely head-butted her, while Johnson told police it was accidental.
Chad is reportedly still being held in custody and is waiting to be seen by a judge. Ben Violin tweets:
In an odd coincidence, Chad Johnson seemed to predict his arrest when said in the 1st episode of HBO’s Hard Knocks series (just last week), which is following the Dolphins this year,Â “Hey Stu, I promise I’m getting arrested while we’re off.” Check out Chad at 40:25.
The Miami Dolphins, the team that Chad currently plays for, has released a statement: