American boxer Gervonta Davis was arrested and jailed for several hours following a domestic disturbance. Check out his girlfriend.
Gervonta Davis : Girlfriend | Why has been arrested
Davis made his debut at the age of 18 on February 22, 2013, against Desi Williams, who had a professional record of 0 wins and 4 losses, all by stoppage.
The fight took place at the D.C. Armory in Washington on the undercard of IBF junior welterweight fight between Lamont Peterson and Kendall Holt.
Davis won the bout via first-round knockout (KO). By August 2014, Davis had recorded 8 wins and no losses, with all wins coming inside the distance.
Gervonta Davis girlfriend
VANESSA Posso has created an online platform with a strong following.
While she is widely known as the girlfriend of famous boxer Gervonta Davis, Vanessa has made a name for herself that has cultivated her success.
Vanessa is an Instagram influencer and model. She has 717,000 followers on the social media platform.
She often posts photos and videos in which she shows off her fashion sense.
On July 8, 2022, she shared a photo and video to her Instagram page in which she flaunted a two-piece set from the brand.
She captioned the post: “Love is the wave” followed by a heart emoji.
Vanessa also has a partnership with fashion company PrettyLittleThing and represents their products on Instagram as well.
Why has been arrested
Gervonta Davis allegedly struck a woman on the right side of her head with a “closed hand type slap,” leading to his arrest Tuesday afternoon in Florida, according to a Broward County Sheriff’s Office incident report.
According to the incident report, the woman, who doesn’t live with Davis and whose name was redacted, suffered a small abrasion to the inside of her upper lip on the right side of her mouth.
The 135-pound boxer was arrested at 2:50 p.m. ET Tuesday in Parkland, Florida, and jailed on a misdemeanor domestic violence charge of battery causing bodily harm, according to Broward County Sheriff’s Office records. He was released Wednesday afternoon following a court hearing where bail was set at $1,000, according to the Broward Sherriff’s Office.
On the audio of the 911 call, which was obtained by ESPN, the woman was heard saying, “Please help me; I need help, please. I’m trying to go home, I have a baby in the car and attacked me … He’s going to kill me.”
Moments later, the call ended. She reconnected with police 50 seconds afterward, crying, and said, “I need to go. Also I’m in danger right now.”
Police were then contacted by a representative from the Mercedes-Benz Emergency Center, who said the woman pressed the emergency button in her car and said a guy was “speeding at her.”
Later Wednesday, Davis denied the allegations in a since-deleted social media post.
“I NEVER PUT MY HANDS ON MY CHILD MOTHER NOR MY F—ING DAUGHTER ARE YOU F—ING CRAZY!!” a part of Davis’ post said before it was deleted. “IM NOT A MONSTER I BEEN QUIET FOR TOO LONG. … THAT’S THE ONLY REASON I’M DOING THIS NOW! JUST TO CLEAR MY NAME!”