Audio has been released between a 9-1-1 dispatcher and Luis Pena’s partner just prior to the former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighter’s arrest.
Pena, who was released by UFC in the aftermath of the allegations, was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor charges of battery and domestic violence after allegedly assaulting two women. Pena (9-3) allegedly struck his girlfriend, as well as a woman who tried to intervene.
“We have a no contact order so, technically, we shouldn’t even be living together,” the woman said in audio (listen above) obtained by MMA Fighting (and first reported by TMZ). “I really need the cops to come get him out now because I have scratches and bruises all over me now from him. I need him gone. I’m done, and I need help. Please.
“I wasn’t trying to snitch, but since my boyfriend wants to be an assh—e, he put his hands on me and he’s got to go,” she continued. “He punched me in the face, but he did this also two days ago... I have a band-aid on my back, I have everything to prove it. So I would like the police to come and remove him, so I can get my things and go the f—k home.”
Pena was previously arrested in June on charges of robbery, battery and criminal mischief for allegedly assaulting his partner. He was also accused of domestic battery from an alleged incident in May; however, the woman filed an affidavit signaling she didn’t want to move forward with the previous two cases.
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