Though many of the details surrounding the arrest of former Ohio State running back Storm Klein remain unknown, at least a few have come to light. Suffice to say, however, they aren’t pretty.
Via a police report of the incident, the Columbus Dispatch reports that the alleged victim in the incident, which took place last Friday, was the mother of Klein’s child. The report goes on to say that Klein, according to the victim, “‘violently and purposely grabbed’ her by the forearms and slammed her into the front door, causing an abrasion and swelling to the left side of her forehead and scrapes on both of her forearms.”
The full incident report was not released by the paper.
The would-be senior was dismissed from the team two days ago and faces charges of domestic violence and assault. If Klein’s charges change, there is the possibility he could return to the team. Neither Klein nor anyone representing him has commented on the matter.
Klein played in 38 games during his career with the Buckeyes and started 10 times at middle linebacker last year.