Nick Gordon Arrested on Domestic Violence Charges Again

Nick Gordon Arrested on Domestic Violence Charges Again

Gordon was arrested in Sanford in June, but the charge was dropped in August after his girlfriend changed her story and stopped cooperating with prosecutors, said Todd Brown, spokesman for the 18th Judicial Circuit which covers Seminole and Brevard counties.

Officers were called to Gordon's home for a possible disturbance and found 26-year-old Leal with a bloody swollen bottom lip, according to his arrest report.

According to the police report, Gordon told cops his girlfriend refused to leave his residence after throwing a bottle at him and ripping his shirt.

Gordon is the one who found Houston's daughter and his then-girlfriend, Bobbi Kristina, unresponsive and face down in a bathtub three years ago after a night of partying and arguing. Gordon claimed Leal attacked him for no reason, and that she is "crazy", though he did not want to pursue any charges against her. Gordon also stated that the two had been drinking alcohol.

After they returned to their home, where she said they've lived together for the past six months, a verbal altercation ensued.

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Gordon was arrested in Seminole, Florida, on Saturday following a dispute with his girlfriend, Laura Leal.

'If he was locked up somewhere where somebody can rape him, that's just how I feel. Leal subsequently refused to press charges against Gordon and refused to complete or sign any domestic violence paperwork.

It's the second time Gordon has been charged with domestic violence in less than a year.

Gordon was found legally responsible for the death of Brown, who died at 22 in 2015. He is due to appear in court on April 6. A wrongful death lawsuit is not a criminal charge of murder, which requires the burden of proof to be "beyond doubt".

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