Nick Gordon Arrested on Domestic Violence Charges Again

Gordon was previously arrested for allegedly kidnapping and beating Leal in June last year. She later withdraw the charges and petitioned the judge to have the case dismissed in August

Gordon was previously arrested for allegedly kidnapping and beating Leal in June last year. She later withdraw the charges and petitioned the judge to have the case dismissed in August

An ex-boyfriend of the late Bobbi Kristina was arrested after deputies were called to a possible domestic disturbance in Unincorporated Winter Park early Saturday.

According to a police report, Gordon hit and punched Leal in the face and the back of the head with a closed fist after accusing her of trying to hook up with one of his friends.

According to the arrest report, obtained by TMZ, Gordon told cops his girlfriend refused to leave his residence after throwing a bottle at him and ripping his shirt. She was found face down and unconscious in a bathtub in a Georgia home she shared with Gordon, whom she'd referred to as her "husband" on several occasions. She claimed that he told her that he should make her crash the vehicle.

Gordon was arrested for Battery Domestic Violence, and posted a $500 bond.

Gordon was the subject of a wrongful death lawsuit in the death of Bobbi Kristina, a suit he lost.

She said the pair continued arguing when they returned home.

Deputies said Leal, however, had a slightly swollen bottom lip with dried blood.

Meanwhile, Gordon was ordered to pay $36 million to Brown's estate in 2016 months after being found legally responsible for her death.

This isn't the first time Gordon has had a run-in with the law concerning domestic violence. Those charged were dropped when the woman refused to cooperate with police.

Nick was brought in under similar charges last June.

Gordon was arrested Saturday in Florida on domestic violence charges for the second time in the a year ago.

'If he was locked up somewhere where somebody can rape him, that's just how I feel.

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