Raiders’ Donald Penn is not going to face fees in home violence case | NFL


Raiders offensive lineman Donald Penn is not going to face home violence fees after police investigated an incident that occurred final month at his Los Angeles-area dwelling, reported

The case was dropped as a result of a “lack of ample proof,” in response to the Los Angeles Metropolis Lawyer’s Workplace.

“The workplace rejected this case due to lack of corroboration and on the bottom that there isn’t a cheap probability of conviction on the home violence matter,” a spokesperson advised TMZ. 

The incident occurred April 29 after police have been dispatched to Penn’s dwelling. The couple downplayed what occurred the next day by releasing a assertion by means of consultant Denise White, which mentioned: “There was a verbal disagreement, there was NO bodily altercation. The 2 are in the midst of a divorce and it’s a arduous time for each events.”

Police have been advised that the Penns obtained into an argument after he slapped her on the rear finish and, through the ensuing verbal disagreement, he allegedly poured a drink on her head and grabbed her by the wrist.

Though police have dropped the case, there is a chance Penn may nonetheless face self-discipline from the NFL because the league often conducts its personal investigations. 

Penn, 35, has performed 4 seasons with the Raiders after spending seven years with the Buccaneers. 

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