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Domestic violence case against Giants' Moore dismissed

Reuters | Washington DC | Updated: 15-08-2019 21:02 IST | Created: 15-08-2019 20:57 IST
Domestic violence case against Giants' Moore dismissed
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A judge dismissed a domestic violence complaint against suspended New York Giants safety Kamrin Moore, citing unsubstantiated claims in a written ruling. Moore has been on the suspended list since mid-July when he was accused of violence against a woman he had been dating. According to the criminal report, the 22-year-old said she arrived at Moore's residence when he didn't respond to text messages and was confronted by another woman. The alleged victim was knocked to the ground and claimed Moore stepped on her neck, punched her and knocked her unconscious.

Moore, claimed off waivers from the New Orleans Saints, is away from the Giants during training camp. The team said at the time of the alleged incident that Moore was suspended "pending further investigation." Police did not report to the scene of the incident but the alleged victim had wounds indicative of a physical confrontation, per New Jersey Advance Media.



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