UFC heavyweight Travis Browne (pictured) might have some explaining to do. Browne’s ex-girlfriend, Jenna Reneé Webb, appears to be accusing Browne of domestic violence in her latest Instagram post.
“Probably one of the hardest decisions I’ve ever made was walking away from this life and starting over. I’m still ashamed for staying as long as I did. #domesticviolenceawareness,” Webb wrote late Tuesday night accompanied by the startling images below.
Neither Browne nor the UFC have addressed Webb’s insinuation.
Of course, Browne isn’t the first UFC fighter to be linked to domestic violence. Lightweight Michael Johnson and former light heavyweight top contender Anthony Johnson were each accused in separate cases of domestic abuse just last year.
The UFC lifted their temporary suspensions on both fighters after they cleared their cases in court.
Former UFC veteran Thiago Silva wasn’t as fortunate. The UFC brought him back briefly last September even after he was accused of assaulting his wife with a gun. After gathering additional information, the UFC quickly cut ties with Silva again.
Given the seriousness and sensitivity surrounding domestic violence, Browne is likely facing at least a temporary suspension for “potential violation of the UFC Fighter Conduct Policy,” as the UFC enforced in both Johnson cases.
Browne is currently in Las Vegas for UFC International Fight Week.
“Hapa” was last seen getting TKO’d by Andrei Arlovski at UFC 187 in May.