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Lacharlesia Edwards Says LaceDarius Dunn Didn’t Break Her Jaw

by Robert Littal | Posted on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010
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I get it, Lacharlesia (where do they come up with these names) realizes that LaceDarius Dunn is the father of her child and a NBA prospect.

Sending him to jail could have an adverse affect on her life and her child’s life.

With that being said she should stop lying.  She says that her jaw isn’t broken but Sports By Brooks pretty much crushes that theory:

The victim was suffering from two fractures to her jaw, according the arrest warrant affidavit. The fractures were described as a left mandibular angle fracture and right mandibular body fracture.

Emergency corrective surgery was completed to fix the victim’s jaw. An eight-hole plate with eight screws was used to repair the left side fracture and a six-hole plate with six screws was used to repair the right side fracture.

I didn’t get a MD at The Ohio State University, but I am pretty confident that is a broken jaw.

Sounds like what happened to Anquan Boldin a couple years back when he was blasted by the Jets and had to get his face reconstructed.

But Miss Edwards has released a statement saying it is all a big misunderstanding. Here is what she had to say:

“My family and I are deeply disturbed about the misinformation and half truths that are being reported by media regarding the incident with my boyfriend (LaceDarius Dunn). He has never struck me during our long term relationship.

“What happened on the night of September 27 was an accident and I went to the hospital for precautionary reasons. I never expressed any interest in pressing charges nor will I in the future press charges on this incident.

“I am fine and my jaw is not broken as is being reported. My family and I wish to put this situation behind us. Lace and I will continue our relationship and raising our son in a good environment. I respectfully request that the District Attorney’s Office dismiss these charges, and further request that Baylor University lift their suspension.

As you know I don’t like to speak in absolutes and since I wasn’t there, it is possible that she is telling the truth.

Actually we know she is lying about not having a broken jaw, as far as her claiming Dunn didn’t hit her it is my personal opinion that is a lie as well.

I could be wrong, but that is just my feelings on the situation.

If that is the case he should be in jail, just because he has a nice jumper he shouldn’t get any special treatment.

I would caution Miss Edwards that while she is trying to protect Dunn, to remember most men just don’t hit just once, no matter how many time they apologize.

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  1. @LeonX says:

    LaceDarius? Lacharlesia? I have been put into syllable time out.

    Fractures to both sides of her jaw? That means she got the two piece without the biscuit.

  2. Sultricious says:

    Someone needs to tell her that many women end up dying at the hands of their abusers. This is a really sad story and I hope, for her sake, that the DA is able to make a case w/o her testimony.

    I really wish women would stop trading their self-respect, safety, etc. for a “meal ticket”.

  3. James G says:

    Yahoo Sports just published a puff piece glossing over Dunn's transgressions and talking about how such a valuable member of the Baylor team is back where he belongs, scoring buckets for the school.

    Conveniently, Yahoo assigned Jason King, a Baylor grad, to write about it. Despite Yahoo's tough talk at other times – about the corruption in college sports, and Wojnarowski's personal attacks on sportsmen he doesn't like, replete with gossipy details about their personal lives – they decided to go soft on this one.

    From the article:

    "“Everyone loves Lace,” Drew said by phone Wednesday. “Whether it’s a 2-year-old, a 10-year-old or a grown adult, Lace gets along with everyone. On Monday he even had a former professor who teaches at another school now make a long, long drive back to Baylor just to support him.

    “That tells you a lot about what kind of person he is.”"
    http://rivals.yahoo.com/ncaa/basketball/news;_ylt

    Violent athletes and domestic abusers – hold them accountable!

  4. FCA1975 says:

    Lacedarious and Lacharlesia? Are you *%&$ serious? Someone should have broken the jaw of their parents for giving such wack names. Maybe they were fighting about who had the dumber name? I wish ignorant black people stop giving their children these ridiculous names. It’s way past being cute or funny at this point.

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