ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - The injunction that was filed against congressman Alan Grayson was voluntarily dismissed by his estranged wife, Lolita Carson-Grayson, Wednesday afternoon.
Grayson denied the allegations against him in the domestic incident.
Carson-Grayson filed for divorce in Januar; Grayson, ae central Florida Democrat, claims he was attempting to visit his children at their Windermere home when the incident occurred last week.
The investigation started following a 911 call by Carson-Grayson.
"My husband, Alan Grayson, he's disturbing my peace because he's cheating so much with other women," Carson-Grayson told the dispatcher.
"OK," the dispatcher responded.
"And I'm scared he will hit me, and please come down and arrest him," Carson-Grayson said.
She made that call one day before she went to the hospital, where she clainmed her husband had pushed her against a door and bruised her. But in the call she admits she was the aggressor.
"Has he touched you? Has he physically hurt you?" the dispatcher asked.
"Uh no, I pushed him," Carson-Grayson said.
Grayson's 18-year-old daughter, Skye, said her father never hit or pushed her mother and backed away when her mother got physically aggressive.
Grayson’s lawyers released a statement Wednesday saying a video that recorded the events established that it was Carson-Grayson who struck Grayson.
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