Roberto Alomar served with injunction after threatening wife with a knife

Former major league ballplayer Roberto Alomar signs autographs on his arrival to the ballpark to watch the last MLB National League baseball game of the San Juan Series of the New York Mets against the Florida Marlins in San Juan, June 30, 2010. REUTERS/Ana Martinez (PUERTO RICO - Tags: SPORT BASEBALL)

Former MLB star Roberto Alomar is in trouble with the law after he was served a domestic violence injunction for threatening his wife with a knife.

The Tampa Tribune has the details:

On Monday, he allegedly got into an argument with his wife, Maria Del Pilar Alomar. He approached her and with his bodyweight pushed her several feet back, according to court documents.

At their home in June, Alomar yelled at her and pushed her with his chest. While being pushed back she fell to the floor, according to court records. Alomar called his family and his father called 911. Deputies were dispatched to the home, but a report wasn’t filed.

In April, Alomar threatened her with a knife, according to court records. She feared for her life and called her father on the phone. She told him what was occurring and wanted to let him know in case she was hurt or killed, according to court records.

When Alomar heard the phone conversation, he dropped the knife.

You stay classy, Roberto Alomar.

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Ex-girlfriend files $15M lawsuit in claim that Roberto Alomar had sex knowing he had AIDS

According to the New York Daily News, Roberto Alomar’s ex-girlfriend filed a $15 million lawsuit claiming the former MLB player had sex with her knowing he had the AIDS virus.

Roberto AlomarThe shocking claim was leveled by Ilya Dall, 31, who said she lived with the ex-Met for three years and watched in horror as his health worsened.

In papers filed in state and federal court, Dall said Alomar finally got tested in January 2006 while suffering from a cough, fatigue and shingles.

Alomar’s skin had turned purple, he was foaming at the mouth and a spinal tap “showed he had full-blown AIDS,” the suit says.

The court papers outline the couple’s relationship, starting in 2002. A month after they began dating, Alomar convinced Dall to have unprotected sex and assured her he was disease-free, the suit alleges.

In 2004, Dall says she noticed cold sores in his mouth. In 2005, after a physical exam ordered by the Tampa Bay Rays, he was diagnosed with thrombocytopenia purpura, a blood disorder sometimes linked to HIV, she claims.

The doctor told him to have an HIV test and he refused, she says, stating he had been tested and was AIDS-free.

In April 2005, Alomar told Dall he was suffering from erectile dysfunction and confided “he was raped by two Mexican men after playing a ballgame in New Mexico or a Southwestern state when he was 17,” the suit says.

It goes on to say that around the same time Alomar developed a persistent cough and was bedridden with extreme fatigue.

He developed thrush, a yeast infection, and was told by a doctor to take an HIV test – but refused, Dall claims.

“I don’t have HIV,” he told her repeatedly, the suit charges.

This is one of the more bizarre stories I’ve heard in a long time. I’m sure more will develop soon.

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