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WARREN MOON FACES POSSIBLE CHARGE OF DOMESTICE VIOLENCE
Published July 20, 1995
Police in Missouri City, TX, say Felica Moon, the wife of Vikings QB WARREN MOON, will not press charges after her husband allegedly struck her "in the head with an open hand and choked her to the point where she nearly passed out." This morning's STAR-TRIBUNE reports that Moon may still face police charges because of the incident. Moon, in a statement, said the incident was "because of a strain in our marriage." A Houston TV station reported that Moon said yesterday, "These are personal problems. It was not a case of domestic violence. It was a case of domestic dispute." In May, charges by a former Vikings cheerleader that Moon sexually harassed her were dropped after an out-of court settlement (Minneapolis STAR-TRIBUNE, 7/20).