slapped with restraining order, denies accusations
New England Patriots wide
receiver Randy Moss has been slapped with a restraining order.
Moss, New England Patriots wide receiver, has been hit with a
temporary restraining order, following a domestic violence
allegation from a woman, whose name is not yet known. The report
of the Randy Moss restraining order comes from a Florida radio
station and has not been confirmed yet by any officials.
According to the report, the woman is accusing the NFL player of
battery on her and then refused to allow her to seek medical
attention. Citing an affidavit out of Broward County, Fla.,
Randy Moss is not allowed to come within 500 feet of the woman
and use or posses a firearm. This is the second time Randy Moss
stands accused of domestic violence and according to the radio
station, hearing in the case is scheduled for January 28th.
Meanwhile the Patriots wide receiver denied
all allegation made by the woman. According to Randy Moss, a
female friend is trying to extort money from him and making a
false accusation that he injured her. "For someone to make a
false claim about me, I'm kind furious. It kind of hurts me deep
inside for someone to do something like that, because I've
always said time and time again that I am going to stand up for
what's right. If I'm right, I'm right. If I'm wrong, I'm wrong,"
Moss commented to reporters on the restraining order. Rand Moss
has not been arrested or charged with any crime by the
authorities, which raises suspicions that the woman may not be
telling the truth.