PGA golfer Lucas Glover during 911 call: ‘My wife has gone crazy’
PGA golfer Lucas Glover was involved in a domestic violence incident last week in which it was determined that his wife was the aggressor, and he clearly agreed with the way he described her in a phone call to police.
According to police reports, Glover was attacked by his wife Krista following the third round of The Players Championship on Saturday. Police were actually called to the home by Krista, who claimed it was Lucas’ mother who had attacked her. During her 911 call, which was obtained by TMZ, Lucas took the phone and said his wife has “gone crazy.”
“She’s trying to blame it on my mother which is not the case at all,” Lucas said … “My wife has gone crazy. … She’s telling lies and none of it’s true.”
The police report stated that Glover told police his wife often berates him after bad rounds and “proceeds to start an altercation with him and telling him how he is a loser and a p—y, how he needs to fire everyone, and how he’d better win or her and the kids would leave him and he would never see the kids again.”
Police saw no visible injuries on Glover’s wife despite her claim that she had been attacked by her mother-in-law. When it was determined that she was the aggressor and she was placed under arrest, police said Krista began “blocking herself from sitting down” and attempted to flee. She also berated and cursed at the officers.
We have heard of golfers berating their caddies when things go wrong on the course, but this is a first. It sounds like the Glovers may need some counseling.