We did infact go through some of the normal trails of a new couple living together for the first time: learning more about each other, trying to keep our individuality, working towards our goals, paying bills, etc.
I managed a well known portrait studio in our home town and Jim. W and the apprentice program with Missouri Valley Line Constructors and it seemed right up his ally.
We will have no further comment.”Sellers said she and Ball “were in a serious intimate relationship” while also stating “we argued a lot.”Ball made physical contact with Sellers on three separate occasions, according to the injunction:•Dec.
1: He slapped her once in the face after breaking her cell phone against a wall.•March 15: He pushed her into a closet at her Tampa home because he was upset she went to Disney with a friend and did not text back fast enough throughout the day.•April 1: As Ball was recovering from a concussion, he grew angry because Sellers did not spend enough time with him.
One incident cited in the injunction involved FSU football personnel.“He is a violent person and I’m scared he’s going to take it took far,” Sellers wrote in the injunction obtained by the Sentinel.
Which, ended up being on average one weekend a month.
Other incidents include Sellers trying to flee while Ball destroyed items in his apartment on Feb.
4 and Ball slamming his hand on Sellers’ car, cracking the windshield, on Nov. On July 30, 2016, Ball pounded a hole into his bedroom door with a screwdriver after being angry his roommate had guests late at night.
A woman has filed for legal protection against Florida State offensive lineman Josh Ball after reporting several incidents of dating violence, the Orlando Sentinel learned on Monday.
Sandra Sellers, 20, who is from Hillsborough County and has been dating Ball since February 2016, filed a petition for an injunction for protection against Ball on Sept. The injunction highlights 11 incidents during which Ball’s girlfriend alleged he showed aggressive behavior, including physical harm to Sellers and her property on several occasions.
They rely on family and the special bond of sisterhood that only other linemen's wives can offer.