BOSTON – Newly released paperwork provides additional details in theof Boston Bruins forward Milan Lucic.
According to the Boston Police report released Monday, officers were called to Battery Street just after 1 a.m. on Saturday.
The alleged victim, Lucic's wife, told the 911 operator that he attempted to choke her.
When police arrived, they found her in the lobby of the building.
She told police that Lucic could not find his cell phone after a night out. He allegedly began yelling at her demanding his phone back believing she hid it.
She told police that when she tried to walk away, Lucic grabbed her by the hair and pulled her backwards, telling her that she was "not going anywhere."
Officers said they observed redness in the woman's chest area, but when asked if Lucic tried to strangle her, she said no.
According to Boston police, Lucic appeared intoxicated when they went to the apartment to talk with him.
Lucic is expected to beon Tuesday.