Ray Rice and domestic violence
Ray Rice: drug and alcohol-fueled rage, anger management issues, or the “Chris Brown” syndrome? The day after Valentine’s Day in 2014, Ray Rice, one of the most popular players on the Baltimore Ravens NFL team was arrested and charged with simple assault after a physical fight with his fiancée in Atlantic City at the Revel Casino. His attorney described the fight between Rice and fiancée Janay Palmer who was also arrested with the same charge as a “very minor physical altercation. When is it OK for a football player or celeb to hit his wife or girlfriend, and then drag her out of the elevator? Where is the counseling and coaching for these sports teams? It appears the staff at the Baltimore Ravens need to step up their game and teach their players some better manners and coping skills…
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