NFL star Ja’Marr Chase ‘seeks protective order against ‘one-night stand’ harassing Bengals wide receiver over paternity claims and domestic violence allegations’
- Chase reportedly seeks protective order against Instagram model
- The woman claimed that Chase was the father of her child, but he denies this
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Cincinnati Bengals star Ja’Marr Chase has sought a temporary restraining order against an ‘unbalanced and disturbing’ woman who claims to be the mother of his child, according to TMZ.
Chase reportedly sought court-ordered protection from Ambar Nicole, whom he admits to having a one-night stand with before she began stalking him and his mother. TMZ did not name the court where Chase filed the protective order. A search of Hamilton County Courts in Ohio returned no results.
The 23-year-old All-Pro wide receiver portrays Nicole as a bitter, abandoned lover who is now trying to damage her reputation with “calculated and ongoing harassment”, much of which has taken place on social media. Additionally, Chase insists he is not the child’s father, adding that Nicole refused to submit to a DNA test.
On social media, Nicole accused Chase of being an abusive partner and neglectful father, though in her filing the former LSU star says law enforcement did not find her credible.
Chase goes on to claim that Nicole posted her and her mother’s cellphone numbers on Instagram, which led to online harassment from strangers. He is now asking a judge to end the ‘ongoing harassment program’ aimed at hurting him and his career.
Chase reportedly seeks protective order against Instagram model Ambar Nicole
Ambar Nicole (pictured) claims to have a child with Chase, but he denies this accusation
In March, Nicole posted abuse allegations against Chase before eventually deleting them.
“Now Mr. Chase you have skeletons in your closet,” the Instagram model wrote in a long, now-deleted post. ‘I know the real you. Stop dodging courts and accountability.
‘You know yourself, I have several videos that will end your career in one post. I’ll have my attorney at the Bengals center in 2.5 seconds. You know what’s up.
Jason Lampert, Chase’s attorney, dismissed the charges in a statement to DailyMail.com: ‘Ja’Marr categorically denies the false abuse allegations made against him. He will not sit passively while his reputation is attacked, continually harassed and defamed by the false accuser.
“As a result, we will take affirmative legal action to protect Ja’Marr, which includes seeking an order of protection as well as filing a defamation action. We have no further comments on this at this time.
In the following post, Nicole said she would continue to tell the ‘horror stories’ involving Chase, although she claimed to ‘try not to share the receipts’ so she could share them during a court appearance. the tribunal.
Much of Nicole’s alleged harassment of Chase took place online – especially on Instagram
Nicole is also accused of harassing Chase’s mother, according to the request for protective order
She also uploaded two other stories showing text conversations with Chase, saying they were sent while she was pregnant with the NFL star’s child and still in a relationship with him.
In the messages, Chase allegedly said “die in hell, leave me alone n*****” and told Nicole to “get the hell out of here.”
Chase is one of football’s greatest talents.
Playing alongside college teammate quarterback Joe Burrow, Chase caught 168 passes for 2,501 yards and 22 touchdowns in just two NFL seasons, both of which ended in Pro Bowl selections. Chase was also named to the 2021 All-Pro Team and was named Offensive Rookie of the Year that season.