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Police documents reveal that suspended Akron forward Quincy Diggs was involved in a pair of fights with his ex-girlfriend over the summer.
Suspended Akron Zips senior forward Quincy Diggs was reportedly involved in a pair of violent incidents with his ex-girlfriend over the summer according to police documents, as Matt Sussman of Hustle Belt writes. The police reports were initially found by AkronSportsNOW, but Sussman was also able to locate the reports himself online.
Here's the description of the two incidents from Sussman:
In one, Diggs 'threw a plate at [the] victim's head' and in the other he 'smacked [the] victim in the face' at a nightclub.
Diggs wasn't arrested after either incident, but Zips teammates Nick Harney and Demetrius Treadwell were included as witnesses in the latter report. Sussman also adds that, "the report lists the victim as Zaruhi Harutyunyan, a former tennis player who was a three-time MAC Player of the Year and currently enrolled in UA's graduate program."
Currently suspended from the Zips' basketball program, Diggs wasn't necessarily suspended because of these incidents, in the opinion of Sussman. The player certainly didn't help his case with this kind of behavior, though.