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Julio Urias News: Gruesome Details Emerge from Arrest of Dodgers Pitcher

Julio Urias was arrested on suspicion of domestic battery on September 3rd in Los Angeles. Details have been sparse in the weeks since the estranged Dodgers pitcher was arrested. He was placed on administrative leave while Major League Baseball conducts its investigation into the allegations. Law enforcement is also investigating the incident and reportedly received video evidence shortly after Urias was released on $50,000 bail.

The rumors site also has reportedly been tipped off from a police source who shared what was found on the video.

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From TMZ Sports: The woman had blood coming out of her nose following the incident. In addition, the woman also had strangulation marks on her as well as redness on her face.

We’re told the woman who was with Urias got upset over him taking photos with female fans … and left early — but as she was walking toward a gate, the Dodgers star came up from behind her, put his arm around her, slammed her against a fence, and pulled her hair.

An entourage with Urias reportedly broke up the incident at that time but further altercations are alleged to have taken place as he and the woman looked to leave the area.

Urias has a court date this coming week on the 27th where he could face punishment and possible jail time. Law enforcement is still interviewing witnesses from the scene.

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The pitcher is certainly done with the Dodgers and, as a likely two time offender of the joint MLB/MLBPA domestic violence policy, may never pitch in Major League Baseball again.

Photo Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

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