Former Florida OL Trent Brown is facing some serious allegations, as his ex-girlfriend has accused him of multiple domestic violence incidents.

Per ESPN, his ex-girlfriend field a lawsuit in civil court detailing the incidents:

In the lawsuit, filed in Alameda County (California) Superior Court, Diorra Marzette-Sanders accuses Brown of slapping, punching and choking her on multiple occasions beginning in 2018. She said she has been “bruised, bloodied and battered” from the attacks and lived in fear of Brown.

The lawsuit, a copy of which was obtained by ESPN, says a police report was filed after a June 2019 incident in which Brown allegedly bruised Marzette-Sanders’ arm and slapped her.

Brown released a statement about the allegations on Twitter on Wednesday afternoon:

Brown is currently a member of the Oakland Raiders. He has started all five games.

Raiders coach Jon Gruden commented on the lawsuit, per ESPN:

“We’re aware of it and we’re looking into it. I’m not going to say anything else other than, we’re aware of it.”

Brown could be subject to punishment by the NFL.