It was reported back in April that former TNA star Crimson (Anthony Gregory Mayweather) was arrested following a domestic assault incident. It was said that Crimson was seen by a security guard headbutting his wife outside of a hotel room in Tennessee.
The couple both ended up denying the incident, as Crimson’s wife, Heather, claimed that she simply fell.
According to the The Law Office of Kimberly Turner and Associates PLLC, the charges against Crimson stemming from the incident have been dropped. The firm released the following announcement this week:
CHARGES DISMISSED AGAINST CRIMSON
Clarksville, TN, August 24, 2016
Charges against Anthony Gregory Mayweather, known in TNA Wrestling circles as “Crimson”, have been dismissed by the Montgomery County District Attorneys’ Office.
Mr. Mayweather was charged with domestic assault by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in April 2016.
Mr. Mayweather’s attorney, Kimberly Turner, subsequently met with the District Attorney’s Office to offer additional information for their consideration and following discussions between Mrs. Turner and the District Attorney’s Office, the charge against Mr. Mayweather was dismissed on July 22, 2016.
Mrs. Turner reports that “This has been a very difficult time for the Mayweather family and they are grateful to the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office for considering all of the information provided and promptly dismissing the charge against Anthony.”
All records of the charges against Mr. Mayweather have been expunged.
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