According to court docs obtained by RadarOnline.com, the Florida State Attorney's Office officially charged Glover with the two crimes on Tuesday, June 20.
"Krista Conley Glover on or about May 12, 2018, in the County of St. Johns and State of Florida, did actually and intentionally touch or strike Lucas Hendley Glover," the documents stated.
The shocking court records also claim that Krista "did intentionally cause bodily harm," to her husband.
The state attorney's office also claimed in the documents that Krista "did unlawfully obstruct or oppose" a law enforcement officer.
In May, Krista was released from custody after posting a $2,500 bond. At the time, Lucas confirmed the news on Twitter.
"Everyone is fine. Regrettably, although Krista was charged, we are comfortable that the judicial system is able to address what actually happened and Krista will be cleared in this private matter," the professional athlete wrote.
The argument reportedly came after Lucas missed the 54 hole cut at The Players Championship in Ponte Vedra Beach. The golfer previously confessed to the Miami Herald that his wife often gets violent when he doesn't play well in tournaments.
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According to a police report, Krista allegedly called Lucas a "loser" and a "p***y" after he played a bad round of golf. The wife then allegedly struck Lucas, and then his mom, after she tried to intervene.
Krista was ordered to stay away from Lucas and his mother, Hershey. She was fitted with a GPS device and must refrain from drinking alcohol.
She is expected in court on June 22.
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