The lawsuit, filed on Friday in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court in Cleveland, the name of Richardson, his girlfriend Sevina Fatu, and two other unidentified women. The complaint also names Richardson’s brother, Terrell.
Case was brought by two Cleveland-area woman, Krystal Jones and Kathleen Hunter, claimed that the incident occurred on Dec.. 9, 2012, following a night nightclub rumors.
After celebrating the success of the Cleveland Browns in the nightclub, Jones and Hunter were suspected invited to continue the celebration into the early hours of the morning at Richardson home in Columbia Station. Then come, asked the whereabouts of two brothers Terrell Trent Richardson, the complaint states that “relevant” during 2012 with Jones. The two women were asked to leave. Then they made it, according to the complaint, Trent Richardson became “enraged,” accusing the two of thumping door and “disrespecting his house.”
From there, the lawsuit alleges that Trent Richardson slammed his fist on the hood of the car Jones’, causing $ 1,500 in damage, and then block the vehicle so that the complainant can not leave. Richardson, according to the complaint, called for her boyfriend to attack Jones and Hunter, which resulted in the Fatu and two other unidentified woman “with fists pummeling Hunter” and taking him from his car by her hair.
At this time, neither the Cleveland Browns by Richardson commented on the allegations.
Richardson was also recently in the news for football-related reasons.
His hit by Eagles safety Kurt Coleman screen by NFL executives before the formation of a new league “crown rule,” which dictates that running backs leading their Helmet may file their fifteen-team 15-yard penalty . Richardson, the third pick in the draft last year, told a radio station on Friday that he believes he can comply with the new rules.