Ex-cheerleader said boyfriend beat her
Despite reports of past domestic violence between a missing former Washington Redskins cheerleader and her boyfriend, police say the boyfriend is not a suspect in her disappearance.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that 31-year-old Debbie Flores Narvaez, who has been missing since Dec. 12, had a violent confrontation with her boyfriend, Jason Omar Griffith, in October.
Narvaez and Griffith argued over her iPhone, and Griffith is accused of kicking Florez-Narvaez, pulling her hair and throwing her phone. Griffith was arrested on a charge of domestic violence. But a Las Vegas police spokeswoman said Tuesday that Griffith is not considered a suspect.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal also reported that Flores-Narvaez told police she was pregnant with Griffith's son.
Flores-Narvaez was working as a burlesque dancer for the Luxor Casino's
"Fantasy" show, and was an ambassador for the Redskins' cheerleaders
in 2007 and 2008.
Washington Post editors
| December 22, 2010; 11:02 AM ET
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