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Court documents reveal new details in Orlando Bradford case

Orlando Bradford (Source: Tucson Police Department) Orlando Bradford (Source: Tucson Police Department)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

We have new details in the case of former University of Arizona football player Orlando Bradford.

Bradford remains in Pima County Jail, held on $20,000 bond and accused of domestic violence.

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The team dismissed Bradford yesterday after he was arrested and charged with seven counts of assault and kidnapping.

According to the interim complaint released on Thursday, Sept. 15, the alleged assaults happened over two days. Bradford and the victim got into an argument on Monday, Sept. 12, according to the documents.

READ MORE: UA football player dismissed from team after domestic violence arrest

The complaint says Bradford allegedly dragged the victim up to his home against her will, pulling her arm and hair. He also allegedly grabbed her by the neck and punched her several times in the ribs. She said she told him she couldn't breathe, according to the documents.

The complaint also said the alleged abuse continued the next day with him slapping her in the face and causing her nose to bleed. The report details bruising and marks on the victim's neck, arms, ribs and stomach.

According to the documents, Bradford allegedly admitted that he caused the victim's injuries.

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