Posted on Oct 04, 2011
Former Seattle Mariners player Milton Bradley has once again been accused of domestic violence following an alleged assault on his wife at their home in September.

According to the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the 33-year-old former professional baseball player was arguing with his wife when he picked up a baseball bat and began swinging it at his wife, Monique. She called 911 at around 2:30 p.m.

Bradley fled the scene of the alleged crime but was stopped by police nearby. He was arrested on suspected felony battery and held at the Van Nuys Jail until released on $30,000 bail.

Bradley, who has a long history of anger management problems, was picked up after a domestic violence incident in January, in which he was accused of making threats against his wife. In that case, charges were not filed.

When she filed for divorce in March, Monique Bradley stated that she had endured physical abuse throughout the couple's five-year relationship, including one incident in which Bradley allegedly threw a glass at her head following a New Years Eve party. The couple has two young sons.


Bradley was released by the Mariners last spring after the team failed to trade him.

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