The 48-year-old Girls Gone Wild founder was charged with domestic violence and intentional injury following the August 2020 incident, according to court documents obtained by The Sun.
The alleged scary encounter happened inside his famous Punta Mita home, known for hosting wild parties for the Keeping Up With The Kardashians stars over the years.
The Sun has decided not to identify the woman who alleged Francis tested positive for Covid just one day before the reported altercation went down.
According to the documents, Francis asked the unidentified female to inject him with vitamins on August, 1, 2020.
When she refused -- due to his positive test -- things allegedly escalated.
She claims he began screaming at her and calling her things like an "evil bitch" and a "whore."
"She hid in the closet and, closed the door. He began to shake the door," the documents read. "She opened it and ran into another bedroom in fear. He told her he was kicking her out."
That's when things allegedly took an even uglier turn.
"He grabbed her right arm, turned her toward him, grabbed her by the neck, and then spit in her face," the report states. "He said she doesn’t care about him, and now she’ll care because she’s infected [with Covid] as well."
The woman then reportedly attempted to call security for help, but claims Francis grabbed her by the hair and pushed her to the floor.
She alleges he stepped on her face and began dragging her throughout the house.
"He then put his hands around her neck and spit on her face again, and then told her to leave the house."
"They both got up, and he grabbed her by the hair again. He threw her on the floor and dragged her down the hallway," according to the documents. "While he was pulling her, he was shaking her hair and making her head hit the floor."
The documents also reveal the female sustained injuries from the alleged incident that took over two weeks to heal.
Francis was arrested under "preventative detention" on August 13, and released on September 8 after the alleged victim "issued her forgiveness," reports The Sun.
Francis' charges were dropped after he completed six months of psychological therapy, which law enforcement confirmed he did.