Previous LSU football player Ray Parker was suspended final 12 months after he was charged in a domestic violence incident, and that is not the only authorized problems he is dealing with.
Parker was charged with misdemeanor battery of a dating companion final September. He experienced been free of charge on $4,500 bond right up until he was arrested this week on an remarkable warrant for animal cruelty. Law enforcement say the warrant was issued in September not extended following his domestic violence arrest.
In accordance to a law enforcement report attained by Lea Skene of The Advocate, authorities found evidence of animal abuse when they have been investigating the domestic abuse situation and issued a warrant shortly right after. The warrant states that Parker routinely abused his pitbull puppy dog.
The pet, named Kash, suffered a damaged leg and rib. Parker despatched textual content messages to his girlfriend about punishing the pet for urinating on the floor and explained it may possibly end up “dead or injured.” In a single information, Parker informed his girlfriend to arrive get “this … broke leg pet dog.” Parker’s roommate informed law enforcement he witnessed Parker kick the pet dog numerous moments and that he advised Parker to “chill out.”
Parker’s girlfriend ended up having the pet and bringing it to the LSU vet school for procedure. Police later discovered the canine necessary to have 1 of its legs amputated due to the fact of breaks and fractures.
Parker, a defensive stop, redshirted when LSU received the national championship in 2019. He was then suspended indefinitely again in December.