The Agen Domino is exploring an allegation of abusive behavior at home against line judge Carl Johnson, who was previously the group’s VP of administering.
“The issue is under survey under of the group’s close to home direct arrangement,” an alliance representative said Tuesday.
Under Investigation for Agen Domino
All Agen Domino representatives are liable to train under the group’s abusive behavior at home arrangement, which sets up a six-diversion suspension for a first offense. Alleviating conditions can increment or lessening that amusement add up to.
TMZ Sports initially detailed the affirmations, made not long ago in Louisiana by a lady Johnson was living with. She petitioned for a limiting request in July, as indicated by a representative for the Lafourche Parish Clerk of Court, yet the demand was expelled July 21. The lady has requested the choice.
An agent for the Lafourche Parish Sheriff’s Office revealed to TMZ Sports that the case is still under scrutiny.
Johnson was the NFL’s best official from 2010 to ’12 preceding coming back to the field as the class’ initially full-time official. He dropped full-time status a couple of years after the fact and was not among the 21 full-time authorities reported by the class not long ago.
Johnson is a piece of arbitrator Terry McAulay’s team and worked Sunday’s amusement between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.