Arizona Cardinals QB Brett Hundley’s ex-wife is accusing him of battery in an explosive new lawsuit.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a woman using the pseudonym Jane Doe is suing Hundley for battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress, domestic violence and negligence.
In the suit, Doe says she met Hundley in 2011 while they were both undergraduate students at the University of California.
In November 2013, she claims they entered into what she believed was a “monogamous, committed relationship.” Doe became engaged to Hundley in July 2015 and they got married in July 2016.
The lawsuit says Doe filed for divorce from Hundley in November 2018.
Doe details an alleged domestic violence incident in January 2016. She says they were having an argument and she tried to go upstairs to stop. She claims he proceeded to follow her and hit her with a paper cylindrical stick. Later in the night, she claims he grabbed her, shook and threw her around the bedroom, threw her on the bed and began choking her.
The suit reads, “Only upon pleas of “I can’t breathe” did Defendant cease his attacks upon Plaintiff. In addition to severe mental trauma, Plaintiff also suffered a fractured ankle.”
During the relationship, Doe says she regularly got STD tests, which always came back negative. However, she claims in July 2016, her then-husband went to Vegas for a bachelor’s party. She accuses him of having unprotected sex with an unknown number of women.
In January 2017, she says an STD test she took came back as positive for Chlamydia. Doe says the NFL star would later test positive for the same STD. Doe says Hundley “admitted” he likely infected her with Chlamydia.
Months later, she claims they got into an argument over the STD when he “grabbed Plaintiff, threw her onto a pool table, and repeatedly shoved her body against his pool table.”
She is suing for unspecified damages.