Star tight end Jonnu Smith had been arguing with his girlfriend throughout the day about how much attention he was giving their relationship, police say.
At one point, when they were both in his Florida International University dorm room, his girlfriend had begun feeling extremely emotional and stressed.
Thats when she boiled a pot of water, walked over to Smith and poured it right on him, resulting in burns to his head, shoulder, arm and other areas.
And, as if that wasnt enough, she began smacking him.
That is all according to an account told to campuspolice by Mary Gaspar, who is five months pregnant with Smiths child. According to the Miami Herald, Gaspars actions have ended Smiths senior football season.
The Herald reports the incident between Smith and Gaspar happened on Halloween night, and it now brings a nightmare scenario to the players season.
Despite being one of the top tight ends in the country for a short time, Smith has been described as a player who was on the fringes of getting selected in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Someprojections had him getting picked up near the end of the draft. Others, like CBS Sports, projected him to go undrafted.
So, in theory, the 232-pound, 6-foot, 3-inch prospect could have been well-served by more good performances to raise his draft stock.
That wont happen now, thanks to one very, very bad argument that ended up turning into a domestic violence case. Talk about bad luck.
Smith ends his collegiate career with 17 touchdowns and nearly 2,000 receiving yards to his name. Though he wont be on the football field anytime soon, the Herald reports that he has been seen on campus.
Gaspar, on the other hand, has been charged with aggravated battery. According toSports Illustrated legal expert Michael McCann, she can face up to 15 years in prison if convicted.
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