Police: Paige Could Be Charged With Domestic Violence Over Airport Incident

Following statements last week claiming that she was the one being held for battery after an altercation at the Orlando airport, not fiancee Alberto El Patron, WWE Superstar Paige could be charged, according to Orlando police.

Police: Paige Could Be Charged With Domestic Violence Over Airport Incident

Pro Wrestling Sheet obtained an official statement from the police department on the matter, which made headlines last week and resulted in El Patron, the current GFW champion, to be suspended by the pro wrestling organization indefinitely while an internal investigation is conducted. According to Orlando PD:

OPD detectives have found that probable cause exists to charge Saraya Bevis with Battery (Domestic Violence). Detectives have sent the information to the State Attorney's Office for review and the SAO will determine whether to file charges in the case.

Though Paige could be charged with battery, that doesn't necessarily let El Patron off the hook. According to the report, the investigation into El Patron is still ongoing.

Last week, leaked audio from the airport altercation revealed Paige telling El Patron, "Leave me the **** alone. I'm trying to get away from you. All the time." As the story made international headlines, Paige's brother, Zak Bevis, wrote on Facebook, "And now she's with a control freak who think he's a tough guy cause he's beats my sister and has money too cover his tracks..I love my sister she will end up like Whitney Houston or Amy Winehouse," while brother Roy Bevis wrote, "We got pics from the last 6 months bro of her beating I'm glad she's finally sticking up for yourself..the reason there fighting yesterday is cause my uncle on his last legs in hospital and he wished him dead."

Paige is currently still under contract to WWE, but has been out with an injury since last year. Paige's family has claimed that El Patron will not allow her to return to the company.

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