UFC Hall of Famer Chuck Liddell is not going to be prosecuted following his current home violence arrest.
Neither Liddell nor his spouse Heidi Northcott will face costs following the combined martial arts legend’s Oct. 11 arrest, in line with a doc acquired Monday by MMA Junkie. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office is not going to transfer ahead and prosecute. TMZ Sports was first to report the information.
According to the doc, the couple’s daughter instructed prosecutors she witnessed her dad and mom pushing. Liddell sported a pink mark on his face and chest in consequence, whereas Northcott didn’t have any seen harm. Listed as a “cross-complaint” the intimate companion violence costs filed for either side have been dropped as a consequence of “lack of sufficient evidence.”
Shortly after the incident, Liddell issued a press release by which he said he went to jail in an effort to protect a psychological well being difficulty. He was arrested and booked into the Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station in Agoura Hills, Calif., on a misdemeanor cost of home battery. He was held on a $20,000 bond and launched that very same morning.
Liddell filed for “dissolution w/ minor children” on Friday in Los Angeles court docket. Liddell, 51, and Northcott, 41, have been collectively for greater than 10 years and obtained engaged in November 2010. They have two younger kids collectively.