Investigators say no charges will be filed in U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson domestic dispute

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ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - The Orange County Sheriff's Office said U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson won't be charged in connection with a domestic incident involving his wife.

His estranged wife, Lolita Carson-Grayson, filed for divorce in January, and the central Florida Democrat claims he was attempting to visit his children at their Windermere home when the incident occurred.

The investigation started following a 911 call by his 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 just one day before she went to the hospital claiming her husband had pushed her up 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.

Investigators determined Alan Grayson did not touch or push his wife. Detectives interviewed two witnesses, including Alan Grayson's son, who both said that Carson-Grayson was the one who became physical, according to an investigative report.

Throughout the brief 911 call to Carson-Grayson talked more about alleged cheating, than the fear that her husband will physically harm her.

"He's been cheating so much," she told the dispatcher.

"OK," the dispatcher responded.

"Having an affair long, long time during his campaign and he's Alan Grayson the congressman. He left his family, he left me, and he's been cheating," Carson-Grayson said.

A representative with Alan Grayson's office issued a statement saying they're "relieved that this ridiculous ordeal is over."

Alan Grayson, a Democrat, represents Florida's Ninth District.