REPORT: Police investigating Cowboys’ David Irving on domestic violence allegations

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Cowboys defensive lineman David Irving is being investigated on multiple domestic violence charges, Frisco police have confirmed to WFAA-ABC8 in Dallas, but his girlfriend, who initially made the allegations, has since retracted her claims.

Irving was being investigated for assault causing bodily injury, unlawful restraint and assault by choking or impeding breath, Frisco PD said. Irving’s girlfriend reported the alleged incident or incidents on two separate occasions Saturday evening.

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But in one of the police reports, she told officers that she had lied and that Irving did not commit the alleged abuse.

The woman also messaged WFAA a statement on Monday afternoon, saying she made the allegations after getting into an argument with Irving.

“I was very upset and made some allegations that were false due to our vocal argument and my emotional state,” her statement said. “I had no intentions of getting David into trouble. I was just very emotional and upset. I would like to be clear, although our relationship is not perfect, we love one another and David did not put his hands on me at any time.”

No arrests have been made.

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