According to the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office, police responded to a possible domestic disturbance at the home of Gordon, 29, where he was with his girlfriend, Laura Leal.
Gordon told police that he wanted Leal to leave his residence after allegedly ripping his shirt and throwing a bottle at him. Gordon told authorities Leal was “crazy” and the alleged attack was unprovoked, though stated they both had been drinking alcoholic beverages, according to the arrest report.
Leal claimed that she picked Gordon up from a bar and that he allegedly struck her in the face while she was driving. She added that Gordon also allegedly pulled her hair and “stated to her that he should make her wreck the vehicle,” according to the arrest report.
The responding officer observed Leal had a slightly swollen bottom lip with dried blood and took photos of her injuries. She refused medical treatment, the report stated.
Leal refused to press charges against Gordon, but he was arrested for battery domestic violence based on her statement and facial injuries.
Gordon was given a bond of $500 and is currently in the process of being released, according to the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office website. He is due back in court on April 6.