Chad Johnson and Evelyn Lozada's Miami neighbor called 911 shortly after their nuclear argument Saturday, urging the dispatcher to "keep it quiet" and "not make a big scene" because of the football star's high profile.
He does not identify Johnson (until recently Chad Ochocinco) by name.
The caller said Evelyn Lozada fled to his home, right next door, after getting into a "little domestic dispute" with her husband. Listen below:
“She is probably gonna need stiches,” the caller says, asking for police assistance but preferably on the DL. "We don’t need the news here."
“I don’t want him to come in here and get mad at me,” he says, adding, “We don’t know if he’s home, or looking for her, or calmed down.”
Evelyn Lozada can be heard in the background saying “he head-butted me," while the neighbor is concerned Chad is out looking for her.
Johnson was arrested for domestic violence Saturday after allegedly grabbing his wife, the star of VH1's Basketball Wives, and head-butting her.
The couple, who wed July 4, reportedly got into a huge fight after Lozada discovered a receipt for condoms in their car, police said.
In a statement earlier today, Lozada slammed her husband’s claims that she actually head-butted him, and told him to seek help:"It is with great sadness and much trepidation that I release this statement addressing the domestic violence incident that happened Saturday."
"I am deeply disappointed that Chad failed to take responsibility for his actions and his false accusations; it is my sincere hope that he seeks the help he needs."
"Domestic violence is not okay and hopefully my taking a stand will help encourage other women to break their silence as well," she said.
In the wake of his arrest, the Miami Dolphins cut Chad, while VH1 yanked Ev and Ocho, a reality show about the couple set to debut next month.
Johnson has yet to publicly address the allegations against him. He was released on bond Sunday, a little less than 24 hours after the arrest.