Moss denies report of woman's allegation of battery
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) -- Randy Moss says allegations that he
committed battery against a woman are false and that she made the
claim to get money from him.
A Florida radio station, WDBO, reports a woman filed for an
order of protection against the Patriots' standout receiver,
alleging Moss committed battery against her. The report says a
temporary injunction was issued, barring Moss from coming within
500 feet of the woman and from using or possessing firearms.
Moss gave no details of the alleged incident, saying he was
restricted by the legal case.
He did say that the woman was a friend of 11 years and that she
asked for "six figures" for what Moss says was an accident in
which she was hurt.
New England plays the San Diego Chargers in the AFC championship
game in Foxborough on Sunday.
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