At Lionel Messi’s Inter Miami game against LAFC, Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias “slammed a woman into a fence and swung at her.”

Shocking details have surfaced of the alleged incident that had Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Julio Urias arrested for felony domestic violence while watching  play in California last month.

TMZ Sports claims law enforcement officials allege that Urias walked up from behind a woman, placed his arm around her and shoved her into a fence, pulling her hair.

The article also claims that Urias appeared to have swung at the woman, but it is unclear if he actually made contact with her, and that she had strangling marks on her neck.

Urias, who is 27 years old, was detained on the spot and released on $50,000 bond.

Urias was included on a widely disseminated guest list of famous people who had attended the game to watch Lionel Messi play for Inter Miami before the game started. Selena Gomez, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Prince Harry were all present.

According to TMZ, the woman Urias was with became irritated when she saw him taking pictures with female supporters during the Major League Soccer match.

According to Exposition Park Public Safety, on Sunday at around 11 p.m., police from the department apprehended Urias inside the stadium’s surrounding park. Full time came at roughly 10 p.m., so that would have been about an hour after the game had ended.

The pitcher, who is 27 and of Mexican descent, was detained in May 2019 on charges of domestic assault. In exchange for completing a 52-week domestic violence rehabilitation program, Urias was not charged by the Los Angeles city attorney despite receiving a 20-game MLB suspension.

Since his arrest at the beginning of September, Urias has not appeared for the Dodgers. His team issued a statement at the time saying, “We are aware of an incident involving Julio Urias. He won’t be going with the team while we try to get all the information.

Two days prior to the alleged incident, on September 1, Urias played his final game for the Dodgers.

At the time of his detention, reports stated that he will appear in court on September 27, which is this Wednesday.




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