Dalvin Cook’s ex-gf posts text messages to prove he committed domestic violence against her


Dalvin Cook of the Vikings is currently involved in a domestic violence lawsuit with two very different perspectives.

On Tuesday evening, Cook’s agent released a statement claiming the Vikings running back was subjected to domestic violence and extorted by his ex-girlfriend, who entered his home ‘illegally’ and assaulted him.

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So we spoke to Hiller. Here is what he told PFT over the phone.

About a year ago, someone illegally entered Cook’s house. The woman who did this, a sergeant in the US Army, attacked Cook in his house while he had a guest present. The invader then allegedly attempted to extort Cook for millions of dollars, claiming she suffered injuries during the attack she allegedly initiated.

Because she would have entered Cook’s house illegally, he had the right to defend himself, as permitted by the Minnesota version of the Castle Doctrine. The litigation, according to Hiller, has not yet been initiated, but it is in the process of being. No criminal complaint was filed in connection with this incident.

The woman claims that Cook became physical with her when she tried to collect things from his home after breaking up with him.

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According to the lawsuit, Cook and Trimble met on a Florida beach in 2018 and began an intermittent, at times eventful, relationship.

Trimble flew to Minnesota on November 19 to break up with Cook and collect his belongings at his home in Inver Grove Heights. She entered through the garage, grabbing the sledgehammer she had stored there as she entered, according to the lawsuit.

Trimble claims in the file that Cook got angry when she asked for his help in gathering her things. Cook “grabbed his arm and threw his whole body on the sofa, slamming his face against the coffee table and shattering the lower part of his forehead and the bridge of his nose.”

She attempted to spray the mace on Cook, but he overpowered her and the mace got into her eyes, according to the lawsuit. She went to take a shower when she was allegedly assaulted again.

Then Trimble went to the bedroom, grabbed Cook’s gun and called her friend, according to the lawsuit. Cook heard her and threatened her, and beat her with a broomstick, according to the costume.

The next morning, when Cook took her to the airport, Trimble covered her injuries with a hoodie, sunglasses and a face mask. On November 25 in Florida, when she sought treatment for her injuries, she told medical staff she was in an ATV accident. She learned that she had suffered a concussion as well as several deep cuts and bruises, according to the lawsuit.

The woman then posted text messages from an excused cook to prove she had been a victim of domestic violence in the case.

The NFL has issued a statement and will look into the matter.

Cook’s attorney also issued a statement in the case.


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