Chad Johnson Arrested: 911 Call Audio Released

On Saturday, now ex-Miami Dolphins wide receiver Chad Johnson was arrested in Florida after allegedly headbutting his wife.

According to the police, Johnson and his wife, Evelyn Lozada, got into a dispute over a receipt for condoms that she found in his vehicle, which led to the alleged headbutting.

On Monday evening, the 911 call was released. In the call, Johnson's neighbor is talking to the responder, describing Lozada's injuries and asking for police assistance.

The neighbor isn't identified, but he remains calm and collected throughout the call. Johnson's wife can barely be heard in the background answering questions when the responder needs information, but only on a few occasions.

The neighbor repeatedly tells the 911 responder to keep everything low profile, considering Johnson's fame and out of worry that he'll become even angrier.

To listen to the entire tape, please follow this link.

For more on Chad Johnson, please be sure to check out our Football Hub and SBNation.com for all the latest news and updates.

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