Redskins Tight End Fred Davis Accused Of Assaulting A Woman After Alleged Altercation

Redskins tight end Fred Davis has been accused of allegedly assaulting a woman outside a D.C. nightclub following an altercation, according to a report by TMZ. Davis was identified as a suspect in a police report filed this morning, according to the TMZ report.

The altercation allegedly occurred outside Josephine, a nightclub in Northwest D.C. TMZ has the details.

The woman told police she was hanging out at Josephine nightclub -- when Davis approached her in an "aggressive" manner and grabbed her ... so she threw a drink on him. 

A short time later, she claims, Davis retaliated by throwing a drink back on her -- and then striking her in the lip with an object. Sources at the club tell us the woman claimed she was hit with a champagne bottle.    

No charges have been filed, and Davis will reportedly meet with police to tell his side of the story.

Davis is a third-year player for the Redskins. He had 21 receptions for 316 yards and three touchdowns this season after breaking out at the end of the 2009 campaign.

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