Woman files protective order against ex-TCU QB Trevone Boykin

The woman accusing former TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin of domestic violence has filed a protective order against him.

Boykin bonded out of the Tarrant County Jail late Thursday afternoon after being arrested on Wednesday. He's charged with aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury.

He denied the claims against him while leaving the Mansfield Police Department after questioning on Tuesday. But a longtime friend of his said he beat her last week at his home in Mansfield.

Mansfield police said the evidence includes home surveillance video of the assault against his accuser, Shabrika Bailey.

According to the arrest affidavit, Shabrika told investigators she went over to Boykin’s home in Mansfield to talk about a criminal case against them. She said they also spoke about their relationship, which Boykin said he would “try better.”

The arrest affidavit says Shabrika and Boykin hung out and talked. She says at some point the conversation escalated and “the next thing she remembered was waking up on the kitchen floor in a pool of blood.” Shabrika said she woke up to Boykin telling her to wake up and saw him trying to clean up blood in the kitchen.

Once police reviewed video from inside the home, the arrest affidavit says an investigator saw video that appears to show Boykin punching Shabrika several times with a closed fist.

“Boykin can be seen dragging Shabrika by her ankle or foot,” the arrest affidavit states. “She was lying prone on the floor when being dragged. Boykin puller her into the kitchen.”

Bailey is the same woman who was with Boykin in March 2017 when the two of them were arrested after an alleged drunken driving incident in Uptown Dallas that injured some pedestrians.

Boykin was cut from the Seattle Seahawks on Tuesday when the allegations surfaced.