We’ve got the 911 call made in Monday’s arrest of retired baseball slugger Manny Ramirez.
In the call, you can hear Ramirez’s wife Juliana tell the operator, “Hi my husband just hit me” and that she’s calling from a house in Westin, Florida.
Asked where she was struck, Juliana responds, “In my face, on my head … I have a bump on my head.”
When the operator asks her if she can sequester herself from Ramirez, Juliana responds, “He’s not doing anything more cause he knows I’m calling the police.”
As we previously reported, a Florida judge told Ramirez he is to have no direct contact with his wife Juliana in a Tuesday morning hearing following his arrest Monday on domestic battery charge.
The judge set bail at $2,500 for Ramirez, 39, who was being held at Broward County Jail. Police said Ramirez had slapped his wife, who then careened onto a headboard of a bed in their home.
After serving a 50-game suspension in 2009 for violating Major League Baseball’s drug policy, the 12-time All-Star, who played for the Cleveland Indians, Boston Red Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Devil Rays, tested positive again for banned substances this past April, and abruptly retired.