By Anthony Caruso III
According to the New York Daily News, New York Giants kicker Josh Brown beat his ex-wife more than once. In fact, they’re reporting it’s been over 20 times.
He was given a one-game suspension this week due to a May 2015 incident. Brown played it off to be just a one-time incident.
That reportedly made her come out and speak to the paper — and she says he also beat him while she was pregnant. With these revelations, the Giants may decide to cut ties with him.
“Molly described in her statement the history of physical violence against her from her husband Joshua,” the incident report reads. “Molly stated that Joshua had been physically violent to her on more than 20 different instances over the past several years. She said that Joshua became violent after she became pregnant with their daughter.”
Besides having incidents with her, he was also violent around her son, she says.
“In February of this year, Molly said that Joshua got into an argument with (her son) and kicked in the bathroom door. Molly said the door flew open and hit (her son) in the arm. She also said that Joshua kicked the door so hard that it broke off the hinges of the door and cracked a large portion of the door jam. Molly added in her statement that back in 2013 she had a protection order placed against Joshua. She said this order was later dropped because of the progress they had made in their relationship due to counseling.”
The 37-year-old has been in the NFL since 2003 as a rookie with the Seattle Seahawks. Besides playing for the Seahawks, he’s also played for the St. Louis Rams, Cincinnati Bengals and the New York Giants. He’s played the past three seasons with the Giants.
Last season, he went 30-of-32 in field goals attempt for a 93.8%, which is the highest of his career. He also went 44-of-45 in extra points with 37 touchbacks.
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