US Open Champion Lucas Glover's Wife Arrested for Domestic Violence

US Open Champion Lucas Glover's Wife Arrested for Domestic Violence

US Open Champion Lucas Glover's Wife Arrested for Domestic Violence

Once Krista was put in the patrol auto, Lucas reportedly attempted to claim that he injuries he suffered were not from the alleged fight.

The golfer's wife was charged with domestic violence and resisting arrest without violence.

According to statements given to deputies at the scene, a 911 call was made at 8.30 p.m. reporting a disturbance.

The arresting officer noticed cuts and blood on the arms and clothing of Glover's mother. Lucas told the officers that his wife started yelling at him while calling him a "loser" when he failed to qualify for The Players Championship.

Krista, the report noted, had no visible injuries. She was released the next day after posting 2,500 dollars (£1,850) in bonds.

Krista also allegedly kicked the door of the police vehicle upon her arrest, separating the door from its frame.

She allegedly tried to wrap her legs and feet around the frame of the open auto door, and once inside, Krista allegedly damaged the vehicle by kicking the door.

According to the report, Lucas Glover told police his wife "did not put hands on him" and insisted he received a bruise to his right arm while trying to break up the altercation between her and his mother.

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Saturday night, however, Lucas allegedly told deputies he was exhausted of all the altercations with his wife and couldn't take it anymore.

"Regrettably, although Krista was charged, we are comfortable that the judicial system is able to address what actually happened", the statement said in part. 'You will lose your job.

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She allegedly told police, "This is why cops get shot in the face" and, "Wait till I talk with the judge, you will be f--g fired over this".

Lucas Glover asked fans to respect his family's privacy "as we work through this situation".

A Greenville, S.C., native, Glover played golf at Clemson from 1998-2001, being named an All-American in 2000 before turning professional.

Glover won the 2009 U.S. Open and has two other career PGA wins, with the most recent coming at the Wells Fargo Championship in 2011.

"We are aware of the situation, and Lucas informed us of his statement, which has since been posted to his Twitter account." the Tour said in a statement.

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