Bow Wow’s Girlfriend’s Domestic Violence 911 Call Released: “He Was Hitting Me In Places That He Said No One’s Gonna Believe”

Over the weekend, Bow Wow and his girlfriend, Leslie Holden – publicly known as Kiyomi Leslie – were arrested over allegations of domestic violence. While Bow Wow claimed to be the victim in the incident, highlighting the minor injuries visible in his mugshot, Leslie claimed otherwise, and now, it appears she has 911 audio to prove it. 

In a recently released 911 call obtained by TMZ, Leslie can be heard reporting the incident, in which she claimed to have been physically assaulted. 

“I been physically assaulted by my boyfriend, and I would like to make a report,” Leslie said, as she cried. “He was hitting me in places that he said no one’s gonna believe.” 

Although she declined medical assistance, she detailed the incident and aftermath.

“The police already came out here, but they wouldn’t let me out the bedroom,” Leslie said. “It was him and two of his other friends and they wouldn’t let me out the bedroom. They took my phone from me because I called the police the first time and they took my phone from me.” 

“It was just like a domestic violence,” Leslie said, hysterically. “He was just hitting me.”

In another 911 call, according to TMZ, the apartment’s building manager reported a resident’s complaint about a fight, in which the resident reportedly heard a male saying he would, “Slap the f*ck out of this b*tch.” 

Both Bow Wow and Leslie were charged with misdemeanor battery in the incident.

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