Krista Glover was arrested at a Ponte Vedra, Fla., rental house where the couple was staying for the Players Championship.
The wife of three-time PGA Tour victor Lucas Glover was arrested Saturday night and charged with domestic violence and resisting arrest, according to an incident report from the St. Johns County Sheriff's department. According to the Associated Press, Krista Glover was arrested on Saturday night on misdemeanor charges of domestic violence battery and resisting arrest without violence.
Deputies noted in their reports there were fresh lacerations to Lucas" right arm and "multiple lacerations' to both his 62-year-old mother Hershey Glover's arms as well as blood on her clothes.
The attack was in front of their two underage children and Lucas' mother, according to deputies. In addition to physical violence, Lucas told police Krista calls him a "loser" and "p***y" whenever he he plays bad golf.
Saturday night, however, Lucas allegedly told deputies he was exhausted of all the altercations with his wife and couldn't take it anymore.
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He chalked up the incident to an argument involving his wife and mother, and vowed that his wife would be exonerated.
The golfer also told police, "how he better win or [Krista] and the kids would leave him and he would never see their kids again". She reportedly attempted to wrap her legs around the auto door, but deputies were able to push her in.
Krista forcefully attempted to escape as she was escorted to the police auto, "screaming while forcefully kicking the rear driver's side door" and causing damage to the vehicle, according to the report. He says he is comfortable the judicial system will be able to clear his wife. "We thank you for respecting our privacy as we work through this situation". Once inside the vehicle, she started screaming and kicking the door. The PGA Tour said it supported Glover in a statement to GOLF.com.
"Wait till the tour (PGA) hears about this", she yelled, according to the report cited in The Mail. "Wait till I talk with the judge, you will be f--ing fired over this".
Lucas took to Twitter Tuesday to acknowledge there was argument and that "everyone is fine".