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NFL player facing domestic violence charge in California

Charges of child endangerment and misdemeanor domestic violence were filed against football player Ray McDonald on May 25 after he was arrested in San Jose, California, ABC News reported.

Reports coming from police said McDonald, 30, was accused of attacking a woman at a Santa Clara apartment. The alleged victim was carrying a baby when she was assaulted. McDonald reportedly left the apartment and at 7:00 a.m., Santa Clara officers arrested him at a teammates’ home in San Jose. McDonald, who has been accused of domestic violence several times, was expected to be booked at a county jail in Santa Clara.

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