The female sustained scratches and bruising injuries to her face.
Trent Richardson, whose NFL career appears to be over, is now facing an uncertain future outside of football.
Richardson, 26, and an adult female were in the room and were involved in a domestic altercation, according to Rector. Paramedics treated her at the scene and she didn't require any further medical attention.
Trent Richardson was arrested on Thursday.
According to the report, Richardson was arrested following an incident at the Hyatt Place Hotel and was charged with one count of third-degree domestic violence. Bail was set at $1,000. He's expected to be released when he posts the bond.
Former NFL running back Trent Richardson is making headlines again, for all the wrong reasons.
The Browns made him their top pick and a season later, traded him to the Colts for a first round pick.
His rookie season in 2012 was promising, when he picked up 950 yards and 11 touchdowns, all after coming off two injuries that plagued his draft workouts and preseason. The Ravens released him last August, and he has not been with a team since.
The argument between Richardson and the women began at a nearby Walmart before the altercation turned physical.
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