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Former UGA Player Rennie Curran And Baby Mama Natalie Quezada Arrested In Domestic Dispute

by BSO Staff | Posted on Thursday, September 15th, 2011
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This is on of those he said/she said stories. Earlier this week, police arrested former University of Georgia linebacker Rennie Curran and his baby mama Natalie Quezada and charged them with simple battery.

Curran, 22, claims Quezada,23, slapped him so he grabbed her arm and she supposedly lost her balance and fell in some bushes. Quezada said she didn’t hit Curran but he did push her in the bushes, according to her.

Here is what the police said happen, via the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

Atlanta police have said a verbal argument that escalated led to both arrests. When officers arrived at the 3000 block of Pharr Court in northwest Atlanta, Curran and Quezada gave different accounts of what had happened between them.

Curran, who recently was released by the Tennessee Titans, told police he asked Quezada to get out of his car and she slapped him and threw his bag into nearby bushes, police spokeswoman Officer Kim Jones said.

As Quezada exited the vehicle and began walking up the stairs, Curran told police he grabbed her by the arm, causing her to lose her balance and fall into the bushes.

According to Quezada, Curran is the reason she fell into the bushes, and that’s why she called police.

Both Curran and Quezada were charged with simple battery and booked into the Fulton County jail. Curran was released later Monday, and Quezada was released Tuesday, jail spokeswoman Tracy Flanagan told the AJC.

“I never admitted to slapping Rennie in the face because I didn’t do that,” Natalie Quezada told the AJC Thursday afternoon. “He crossed the line, and I called police.”

Curran disputed Quezada’s assertion later Thursday in an email and a phone call to the AJC.

“At the end of the day, she did hit me,” Curran said.

Curran said he has known Quezada since he was 10 years old. Now, he said, he hopes to put the entire incident behind him.

I can’t take sides here because both stories are sketchy. But if they did lay hands on each other then they’re both in the wrong and they need to keep their hands to themselves.

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