Chad Johnson Arrest: Police Report Gives New Details On Alleged Domestic Violence

New details on the arrest of Miami Dolphins wide receiver Chad Johnson have emerged in the police report over the alleged domestic violence between Johnson and his wife, Evelyn Lozada.

This nugget dug up by Dave Hyde of the Sun Sentinel is particularly scary:

"According to the police report, Johnson screamed at his wife, "I don't give a f---! I don't give a f---about my career!" after head-butting her over a receipt about condoms."

The report then said that Lozada then fled to a neighbor's house and Johnson then drove around the neighborhood looking for her.

Johnson posted his bond of $2,500 Sunday morning and is expected to return to practice later in the day.

For more information surrounding Johnson's arrest, stay tuned to this StoryStream at SB Nation Tampa Bay. Visit The Phinsider for more Miami Dolphins-related information. And for all your NFL news and notes as the preseason begins, visit SB Nation's NFL hub.

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