The former boyfriend of Bobbi Kristina Brown was arrested on Monday night after violating the no-contact order in place to protect his girlfriend, Laura Leal.
According to a copy of the arrest report obtained by ET and first reported by Daily Mail, police arrived at Gordon's Winter Park, Florida, home after receiving a tip that Leal was inside. In the report, police say Gordon claimed that he was sleeping when Leal entered his home through the front door using his personal door code, which Leal allegedly admitted to and stated that she does not fear for her safety around Gordon. Gordon was handcuffed and transported to John E. Polk Correctional Facility without incident, where he was denied bond. Daily Mail
The no-contact order was put in place on March 10, following Gordon's arrest on a charge of domestic violence, when Leal alleged he struck her in the face while she was driving. Gordon was released on a $500 bond after that arrest, and was set to appear in court on April 6. Leal later wrote a letter to the judge asking that the no-contact order be lifted, which the judge denied.
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Following the March 10 arrest, Bobby Brown, father of Bobbi Kristina, released a statement via his legal representative, offering Leal legal services and support.
"We have been informed that Nick Gordon was arrested for domestic violence of Laura Leal in Florida yesterday," Christopher Brown of Brown & Rosen LLC, Counsel to Bobby Brown said. “We would like to speak with Ms. Leal and offer her services through the Bobbi Kristina Brown Serenity House, a not for profit organization designed to assist women who have been victims of domestic violence."
"On March 4, 2018, the Bobbi Kristina Brown Serenity House held our first event to strike back at domestic violence," Brown added. "I personally would like to extend my hand to Ms. Leal and offer her services through our organization. I do not want to see any more families destroyed at the hands of domestic violence."