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Jennifer Freeman Attack on NBA Star Earl Watson Tries to 'Hit Him with an Iron'

Aug 13, 2010

NBA basketball star Earl Watson and wife and actress Jennifer Freeman reportedly got into a domestic row and the actress is accused of biting her husband and attempted to hit him with an iron. He claims the fight started when he wanted to check a late night cell phone text message she received, according to a TMZ report.
Jennifer Freeman and her cell phone.

Jennifer Freeman and her cell phone.

Earl says when he tried to grab the phone to see who was sending his wife a mysterious text, he claims his wife was furious and slapped him across the face - twice.


According to TMZ.Com, Watson claims Jennifer then "grabbed my right wrist and bit ... breaking the skin, leaving teeth marks and drawing blood." The report adds: "Once she let go of the wrist, Watson claims she then chomped down on his chest ... again drawing blood."

Ouch! He also claims she tried to attack him with an iron -- but he was able to knock it out of her hand.


He said he wanted a divorce, but the bloodied and battered athlete now says it's all good.

According to ABC News, Watson has apparently had a change of heart, and the couple, who wed May 19, 2009, have gotten back together -- 11 days after the attack.

"The couple has reconciled their differences," Watson's attorney, William Briggs, said in a statement to, "and plan to make their marriage work."

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