CHAD JOHNSON, "Ochocinqo" ...

Chad Johnson, "Ochocinqo" Arrested for Domestic VIolence in Broward County

Chad Johnson of the Miami Dolphins may not be a Miami Dolphin anymore. To add to the list of his problems the star wide receiver may be adding unemployment to that gorgeous list. He was officially arrested for domestic violence. He had a meeting with the Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin, which did not go well, because according to reports, Fox Sports claimed that the team dropped Johnson.

Also known as "Ochocinqo," he was arrested for domestic violence after head-butting his wife, “Basket Ball Wives” star Evelyn Lozada.

Supposedly Evelyn was so afraid of her husband, Chad Johnson, during the evening altercation that took place on Sat. August 11th, 2012, that she had to flee in the night to a neighbor's house for saftety. She had found a receipt for condoms, and Ocho just went wild. He head-butted her during the argument, and was screaming that he didn't care about his career.

After Lozada fled from the house on foot, Johnson was driving around the neighborhood looking for Lozada, who in the meantime had called police from the neighbor's home.

According to the police reports, Lozada had a 3" laceration on her forehead. Now, supposedly according to Johnson she yelled, "F-IT" at him and she head butted him. Then Ocho claims that he was driving around trying to find her to get her to calm down and come home.

Johnson was arrested for domestic violence in Broward County, FL. He was released before a judge where his bond was set at $2,500 bail.

The question is what will happen. Of course, most women would expect her to get an order of protection which is what normally would happen as common practice in domestic violence cases.

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