Vikings Allow Dalvin Cook To Practice Despite Domestic Abuse Accusation

Innocent until proven guilty. That is, basically, what the Minnesota Vikings and the NFL are saying with the developing domestic abuse story brewing around Dalvin Cook.

Cook has been accused of abusing his ex, his lawyer is presenting his side by saying Cook was assaulted by an ex-girlfriend who broke into his home, then later tried to extort him of millions of dollars.

The statement released by Cooks lawyer, accused Gracelyn Trimble of using a stolen garage door opener to enter Cook’s home and then attacking Cook and a guest while there. It also said Trimble used Mace on Cook and his guests, then held them at gunpoint for hours.

The Vikings released a statement, saying that they “recently received notification from Dalvin Cook’s legal representative regarding a situation that occurred between Dalvin and a female acquaintance in November 2020 and led to an ongoing dispute between the parties. Upon learning of this, we immediately notified the NFL. We are in the process of gathering more information and will withhold further comment at this time.”

Police were never contacted about the incident and no charges were filed.

TMZ obtained photos from the victim, which you can see here.

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Trimble accused Cook of giving her a concussion, leaving a scar on her face and “taking me through hell,” the Star Tribune reported.

The lawsuit went on to say that Trimble used Mace on Cook before grabbing his gun and calling a friend for help. Cook then attacked her with a broomstick, she alleged.

Cook has appeared in six games this season, compiling 554 yards on 115 carries.

He finished last season with with a career-high 1,557 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns, plus 361 receiving yards and one TD. This despite missing one game with a groin injury and the last one following the unexpected death of his father

Written by Malcolm Henry


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