A judge has decided to drop the domestic violence complaint levied against New York Giants veteran safety Kamrin Moore.
On Wednesday, a judge took the next step in the domestic violence case involving New York Giants safety Kamrin Moore, dropping the complaint against the pro athlete. He also vacated the alleged victim’s temporary restraining order, per Jordan Raanan of ESPN.
The court classifying the allegations as substantiated is what led to this decision.
Police originally arrested Moore in mid-July on third-degree aggravated assault charges. Big Blue decided to suspend Moore “pending further investigation.”
A woman who had been dating Moore since January had arrived at his home. She then found herself in an argument with another woman while present at the house. When she fell to the ground, Moore allegedly stepped on the women’s neck. Moore then proceeded to punch the woman after she got back up.
The woman filed the complaint two days after the incident allegedly occurred.
The Giants now have a decision to make with Moore. Do they accept him back on the team now that the investigation is over? Do they decide to just part ways with him? At the end of the day, is Moore of any great value to this roster? He would be joining the team halfway through the preseason and would need to put in a ton of work to be even considered for a spot on the full, 53-man roster.
Big Blue should make their decision in the next few days.