Ex-fiancee claims Ray McDonald broke down door in drunken rage—report

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While filing for a restraining order last week, Ray McDonald’s ex-fiancee claimed the former Bears defensive end broke down her door in a drunken rage while she held their baby, according to a TMZ report.

McDonald was arrested on May 25 for suspicion of domestic violence and child endangerment.

From TMZ:

Kendra Scott filed for a restraining order in the wake of McDonald’s 2 arrests last week. In her docs, she lays out her version of what went down on May 25 — saying the ex-49er showed up at her apartment at 3 AM. She says he was drunk when he broke down her bedroom door by breaking the knob. Scott says she grabbed their 2-month-old son and then Ray cornered them and got physical. She doesn’t say exactly how he attacked her.

McDonald was quickly cut by the Bears and then violated a protective order two days after the initial arrest. Scott was granted her restraining order, according to TMZ, which prohibits McDonald from coming within 300 yards of her.

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