Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson 911 Call Released
INSIDE EDITION has obtained the 911 call made by a neighbor of Chad 'Ochocinco' Johnson after he allegedly head butted his newlywed wife.
It's the 911 call made the night NFL star and Dancing with the Stars contestant Chad Johnson allegedly head-butted his newlywed wife.
Operator: "911 what is your emergency?"
Caller: "I have somebody here at my house that was in a little domestic dispute with their husband."
The caller to 911 is a neighbor who Johnson's wife, Evelyn, who fled to for protection
Operator: "Ok, was it physical or verbal."
Caller: "She's got a cut on her forehead."
Operator: "Does she need a paramedic?"
Caller: "She probably is going to need stitches."
Johnson allegedly head butted his wife of one month in the driveway of their home in Davie, Florida. It led to the Miami Dolphins firing him and Vh1 killing the couple's reality show that had been set to premiere next month.
And now, Evelyn has released a statement taking direct aim at her husband that said, "I am deeply disappointed that Chad has failed to take responsibility for his actions and made false accusations against me. It is my sincere hope that he seeks the help he needs to overcome his troubles. Domestic violence is not okay."
Johnson reportedly told police that it was Evelyn who head butted him, not the other way around. The neighbor had a request for responding officers.
Caller: "Let's not make a big scene about it till the police get here cause we're worried that he's going to mad and he's a high profile person."
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