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LAWRENCEVILLE, GA. (AP) - The wife of former Atlanta Braves star Andruw Jones filed for divorce about a week after she accused him of grabbing her neck and saying he wanted to kill her, according to a court document.
Nicole Jones said their 10-year marriage is “irretrievably broken,” according to the divorce complaint filed in a suburban Atlanta court Monday. The filing does not mention a Christmas morning fight that prompted Nicole Jones to call police and led to Andruw Jones‘ arrest on a battery charge.
Nicole Jones is seeking joint legal and primary custody of the couple’s 9-year-old son, the complaint said. She is asking for child support, alimony and half of the couple’s property. She also wants a judge to declare their prenuptial agreement null and void.
The couple fought around 1:30 a.m. on Dec. 25 after Nicole Jones asked her husband to help prepare their home for Christmas morning, a Gwinnett County police report said. She tried to go upstairs, but her husband grabbed her by the ankle and dragged her down some stairs, the report said. He got on top of her and said, “I want to kill you,” according to the report.
She was able to push him away because he was intoxicated and then she went to her parents’ house, the report said.
Police said they found injuries on her neck, which they photographed for evidence.
When officers arrived at the Jones residence in the Sugarloaf Country Club in Duluth and approached him in a bedroom, they said he appeared to have passed out in his clothes and was confused about what had happened.
Gwinnett County jail records showed Andruw Jones was freed on bond after his arrest.
Jones earlier this month signed a $3.5 million, one-year contract with the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles of Japan’s Pacific League.
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