Tony Ferguson's wife Cristina files a restraining order; Alleges domestic violence | Bleacher's report

LAS VEGAS, NV - OCTOBER 06: Tony Ferguson walks in the octagon in his light weight fight at the UFC 229 event inside the T-Mobile Arena on October 6, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Josh Hedges / Zuffa LLC / Zuffa LLC)

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Steven Marrocco, of MMA Junkie, reported Thursday that Cristina Ferguson, the wife of UFC star Tony Ferguson, had filed a no-contact order against her.

According to Marrocco, police have filed five incident reports documenting "several domestic strife at Ferguson's residence since January 2018, including three last month".

Cristina Ferguson filed a restraining order after her husband took their two-year-old son home and changed the locks while she was with her parents in another city.

Paradigm Sports, representing Ferguson, provided a statement to Marrocco: "It's a private family affair being resolved. "

On February 16, Cristina Ferguson called the authorities because she feared for the well-being of her husband. The police arrived at Ferguson's house and did not believe that Ferguson was a threat to himself or others. An officer, however, told Ferguson that he should consult a doctor.

Three days later, the police returned to the Ferguson home to conduct a welfare check, by marrocco: "The police spoke to an unidentified woman who said Tony Ferguson did not "not slept for three days and was tearing the house" and chimney and believed that someone placed a [computer] chip in his leg. "

Ferguson was last beaten in October 2018, defeating Anthony Pettis at UFC 229. Thursday's report comes after UFC President Dana White had an enigmatic answer after that he was asked when Ferguson would return to the Octagon.

"Tony has a lot of personal problems right now and can not fight," wrote White on Lewis (Lewis Mckeever, SB Nation's # 39; s Blood Elbow). "Let's hope things turn out for him and that he can go back there."

In regards to Restrictive order of Cristina Ferguson, Morocco reported the The Orange County Superior Court (California) opened an investigation on March 22 and a hearing on April 5.