Former Packers RB Ahman Green jailed on child abuse claim

by Steven Clarke June 29, 2017, 1:08
Former Packers RB Ahman Green jailed on child abuse claim

He was taken into custody early this morning.

The daughter said she was staying with Green for the summer and was supposed to clean dishes to earn money but that she didn't want to clean them. He eventually grabbed her by the shirt, ripping it, and carried her to the kitchen.

His next scheduled hearing is July 11. Green was expected in court Monday afternoon. The daughter told the investigating deputy that the incident had been "going on all day and it's about doing dishes", the complaint says. The 40-year-old said the injuries to her face were the result of her having been wearing glasses at the time.

Police ended up arresting Green and charging him with felony child abuse and disorderly conduct.

When cops arrived, officers noticed her left eye was "swollen, slightly black and blue, and had 2 minor scratches".

Court records don't list a defense attorney.

The former football star is represented by Lammi Sports Management.

As TMZ reports, the name of the alleged victim has not been made public, nor has the child's relationship with the former Green Bay Packer. He went to the Texans in 2007 until 2009 when he returned to the Packers. The daughter then ran to a neighbor's home to report the situation.

The charges were dismissed in March 2006.

The Omaha Central graduate produced a Nebraska freshman single-season record with 1,086 yards and holds the best junior single-season total in Husker history with 1,877 yards.


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