Baltimore County Police have closed without charges an investigation into an incident of alleged domestic violence last month involving Ravens wide receiver Zay Flowers.

A woman showed up to the Acton Police Department in Massachusetts last month to report a “violent domestic incident” involving an NFL player in Owings Mills. She told police that the player’s brother drew a gun, according to police records released Tuesday. She declined to identify the NFL player or seek further action from law enforcement, officers wrote. Instead, she questioned police about what would happen if she filed a report.

She told officers “it was a really bad ten minutes but [she] hasn’t been scared since,” according to police records. She also told them “he has too much to lose and that he is too smart to do something like that.”

The Baltimore Banner confirmed earlier this month that police in Baltimore County and Acton were investigating an allegation of domestic violence involving the Ravens wide receiver. Both police departments declined to comment at that time. With the matter now closed, Baltimore County Police released the records Tuesday under the Maryland Public Information Act.

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The records show the woman declined to file a police report and officers connected her to Flowers only by social media. Officers contacted an attorney for the suspect, but the attorney told them his client would not be available for an interview. Police wrote that they also called a Ravens vice president of security, but that he was out of town and would call them when he returns. A Ravens spokesman referred The Banner to an earlier statement released by the team.

“We take these matters seriously and will have no further comment at this time,” according to the spokesman.

In addition, the NFL continues “to monitor all developments,” a league spokesman said Tuesday.

The incident happened on Jan. 16, four days before the first of two Ravens playoff games, a 34-10 win over the Houston Texans. Five days later, the woman showed up at the Acton Police Department with her father and a friend.

“She stated that she was physically assaulted which left her with multiple bruises,” Acton Police wrote. “[The woman] stated that she was very hesitant to give much information due to the high-profile status of the other party involved. I asked what she meant by ‘high profile’ and she stated that he is an NFL player.”

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She did not want to provide the suspect’s name or address. But she told officers she had been living with her boyfriend in a townhouse outside Baltimore when the scene became violent and he trashed her belongings.

“She stated that she called 911 and was crying when they answered. She told the communications officer that she was okay and hung up,” Acton Police wrote.

Baltimore County Police released the 911 call in which a dispatcher can be heard asking a woman if she has an emergency or needs help. ”No, that’s OK, thank you,” she responds, sounding upset.

Two marked police cars were dispatched to the home in Owings Mills and sat in the parking lot for about two hours. Baltimore County Police called her back, but she did not answer. She closed the shades. She told Acton Police that she was glad the police cars arrived.

“Because the brother got scared, left the room, put the gun away, and that is what really made it stop,” she said according to the police report.

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Baltimore County Police dispatch recordings also showed that on Jan. 16 a 911 call from a distressed woman was geolocated to the house next door to Flowers’ Owings Mills home, where neighbors also reported seeing officers that day.

The woman told Acton Police that she had photographs of her bruises, but she did not share them, officers wrote. Her father confirmed the bruises. She did not seek medical treatment.

An Acton Police officer can be heard on body-camera footage saying there were injuries, according to the report.

Also during the interview with police, she looked at her cellphone and told officers that she was getting a call from the suspect’s agent. She did not answer the call.

The police report did not name the agent, but Flowers is represented by Zac Hiller. He has not returned multiple messages from The Banner since Feb. 8.

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An Acton Police officer offered her a form to seek a protective order and advised her of her legal options. The Acton officer told her that “he understands that this is a high-profile person, but it does not set precedent over her safety.”

“She stated that she was not currently in fear and felt safe at home,” officers wrote.

Baltimore County Police contacted the woman and her father, but wrote that there were no further issues, nor did she disclose any additional information about the incident. She still had not identified the suspect.

County Police also wrote that without additional information they have suspended the investigation.

Flowers, who was a standout at Boston College, was the Ravens’ first-round pick in 2023 and is coming off the best season for a first-year receiver in franchise history. He set rookie records for catches (77) and receiving yards (858) and added six total touchdowns in 16 games. Flowers also led the Ravens in the playoffs with nine catches for 156 yards and a touchdown, though his goal-line fumble in the AFC championship game proved costly in a 17-10 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

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The issue of domestic violence has loomed large over the NFL since former Ravens running back Ray Rice was arrested and charged with assaulting his then-fiancée in 2014. The charges led to his suspension and eventual release, and since then owner Steve Bisciotti has largely held to a zero-tolerance policy for players accused of domestic violence.

Banner reporters Jonas Shaffer and Giana Han contributed to this article.

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