Evelyn Lozada Recounts The Ochocinco Head Butt

Evelyn Lozada Recounts The Ochocinco Head Butt
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It was the moment that wrecked his NFL career and broke up his fledgling marriage, and now Evelyn Lozada has spoken out for the first time about the moment her estranged husband Chad Johnson allegedly headbutted her.

The Basketball Wives star left the 34-year-old following the incident, while the Miami Dolphins also dropped him from the team following his arrest for domestic battery on August 11 in Davie, Florida.

In an interview showing on ABC’s Nightline tonight, she explains that she found a receipt for condoms in his car as they were driving home and confronted him about it.

She said: ‘And then the next thing I know, he grabbed me by here (points to her head) and he head-butted me.

‘I felt blood coming down my face, and I looked at him and I said, “You just head-butted me?”

‘And it just — everything just felt if it was in slow motion.’

It has since been claimed that the former Dancing With The Stars contestant had been bedding a string of mistresses even before the couple were married in July.

During her interview she also revealed she cannot foresee sitting down with her ex again, though she is hoping he seeks professional aid.

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Photo Credit: Jemal Countess/Getty Images

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