When you hear reports of domestic violence involving a professional athlete, most would assume that the man is the aggressor in the situation. In the situation involving former Redskins and Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth is claiming to be the victim of physical and verbal abuse by Ex-Tennessee Vols star and WNBA player Brittany Jackson.
The two dated for a little over two years and have a child together (Albert’s seventh.) Haynesworth recently took to Twitter to explain how Brittany – who is white – was physically and verbally abusive, even calling him a “nig**r.”
TMZ got their hands on a police report from January 2017. The 6’6″, 350-pound defensive tackle says he called police more than 10 times during the two years they were together. Haynesworth told Tennessee police that Jackson kicked him in the groin twice after an argument at a friend’s house.
Haynesworth also said despite the fact they have a mixed race child together, Brittany called him a n*gger because “she said she wanted me to feel hurt bc I didn’t show her affection.”
Jackson released her own statement denying the accusations:
In her statement, Brittany says she and Haynesworth are involved in litigation and that, “(I)t is critically important to our child that albert (sic) begins to focus on being a good and supportive father. This is a very difficult time for me and our child.
“Shockingly enough finding out I am the mother of Alberts 7th child, I do not feel I need to stoop to make public his true conduct. As for the domestic accusations, I can not comment at this time due to current litigations but the truth always surfaces.
“Accusations of me being racially biased are absurd. Come on albert we lived together for over 2 years and have a beautiful biracial baby that I love more than anything in this world!”
In 2011, Haynesworth was accused of sexual assualt by a waitress. His defense was he didn’t like black women.
With the waitress carrying a full load of dirty dishes, Haynesworth slid his credit card into her bra and fondled her according to court documents. A witness, per the report, said it looked like she submitted to it at first but then grew angry. What’s interesting: Haynesworth’s credit card was denied for a charge of $800.
Haynesworth denied touching the waitress when he spoke with a official and said he doesn’t “even like black girls.”
“I know what this is about, she is just upset I have a white girlfriend,” Haynesworth told police. “I couldn’t tell you the last time I dated a black girl. She was trying to get with me.”
Those tables certainly turn, huh Albert…
Instead of keeping quiet, Haynesworth figure out a way to add insult to injury with his Twitter follow up, stating I f*ck everybody.
Just saying for you Mfers that that believe everything you read in the media. This is coming from me my verified page!!! pic.twitter.com/1X6ofjdydr
— Albert Haynesworth (@haynesworthiii) September 22, 2017
Domestic violence is wrong no matter who the victim is.