Over the weekend, New York Giants’ Kamrin Moore was arrested over a domestic violence incident in New Jersey, and by Monday, the baller was suspended by the team.
According to NJ.com, the incident occurred on Thursday outside of Moore’s residence in Linden. Two days later, the woman, who has remained anonymous, filed a complaint with the police.
In the report, the woman claimed she was attacked by another woman, before Moore physically attacked her by punching her and knocking her unconscious, after reportedly stepping on her neck in the incident. As a result, Moore was then arrested and “charged with third-degree aggravated assault” for his alleged role in the attack.
Although the incident is under investigation, the team has moved to suspend Moore. However, the timeframe of the suspension will be based on the investigation.
To make matters worse, according to Bleacher Report, the baller is also facing a six-game suspension by the league as a result of his arrest.
Moore was a sixth-round pick in the 2018 draft but was waived by the Saints before the season. He was later picked up by the Giants and played two games in his rookie season, but had plans to make the roster in 2019 as a backup safety. But now, his future with the team remains unclear.