Ray McDonald’s mom says her son is innocent — report

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Before the Bears signed Ray McDonald, they talked with his parents for reassurance about his character.

Days after their son was arrested on domestic violence and child endangerment charges, McDonald’s parents are rushing to his defense again.

Labrina McDonald professed her son’s innocence to TMZ Sports.

“Ray is never going to hit a woman,” Labrina McDonald told TMZ Sports. “He may say some stuff to piss them off, he may kick them out of his house. But he’d never lay his hands on them. We didn’t raise him that way.”

McDonald’s mom says they have proof her son never hit anyone.

“[Ray’s] personal driver witnessed everything that happened. He never touched her,” she said.

McDonald was arrested again on Wednesday for violating a restraining order. McDonald’s father told TMZ “he should not have been there.”

McDonald’s parents realize he’s likely done with the NFL.

“He can move on from football, develop a business mindset like my wife and I have,” Ray McDonald Sr. said. “He’ll be okay. He’s going to be successful. He comes from a great family.

“He just needs to get the hell out of Dodge and get his life together.”

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