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Cowboys' Scandrick alleges ex-fiancee attacked, pepper sprayed him
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Cowboys' Scandrick alleges ex-fiancee attacked, pepper sprayed him

Published Jul. 14, 2015 7:21 p.m. ET

The relationship between Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick and his former fiancee Draya Michele has gone south in a hurry.

Scandrick revealed about a week ago that he has called off his engagement to the “Basketball Wives L.A.” star after just one month, referring to his decision to propose as a “poor decision.” Apparently there is much, much more to it than that.

Court documents that were obtained by TMZ show that Scandrick filed for a restraining order against Draya earlier this month, which the L.A. County Superior Court has granted. Scandrick claims he has been a victim of domestic violence since April 21, when Michele allegedly pepper-sprayed him and threw candles at him.

The details are pretty ugly:


Scandrick claims he suffered bodily injury in the alleged attack - and fears it could happen again. 

There’s more … on July 3rd, Scandrick says Draya got violent at 2 AM - throwing a porcelain jewelry holder and books at him … and threatening to “throw bleach in his eyes.”

Later that night, Scandrick says she grabbed his clothing and threw it in the bathtub and his swimming pool … ruining a bunch of his stuff.

Scandrick was granted a request to have Draya stay at least 100 yards away from him at all times. She also has to move out of the 28-year-old’s house.

Last year, Draya was forced to defend herself on social media after she was accused of being the reason that Scandrick failed a drug test and was suspended. She was most recently spotted at the same club as Jameis Winston, though she was adamant about trying to distance herself from the rookie quarterback.

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