Amere Eadie charged after argument with man gets physical at Tennessee State University

Amere Eadie charged after argument with man gets physical at Tennessee State University

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20-year-old Amere Eadie was involved in an altercation with Jermahi Floyd at their Tate Manor apartments at Tennessee State University on March 28th. When officers arrived at the mentioned location, they made contact with Eadie in the RA’s office. Eadie was screaming and crying about being assaulted. Officers observed several bruises on her neck and a scratch below her eye. Eadie was asked what happened, and she insisted that it was an accident and that she fell, causing the marks. After further discussion, Eadie said she and Floyd were hanging out in her room. At some point, she received a call from another guy, causing an argument between her and Floyd. During the argument, Eadie said she fell. Eadie told officers that all that happened was an argument but couldn’t explain the marks on her face and neck. Officers then made contact with Floyd in the room where the altercation occurred, so he was detained to get information on the incident. Floyd denied everything and said that if Eadie said he put his hands on her, then she was lying. Officers observed defensive marks on his forearms. After communications between both parties, who was at fault could not be determined, so Amere Eadie and Jermahi Floyd were both taken into custody and charged with domestic assault.

Amere Deloris Eadie (MNPD)
Amere Deloris Eadie (MNPD)

Amere Deloris Eadie of Element View Circle in Charlotte, NC, was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on March 28th, charged with domestic assault. She is free on a $2,000 bond.

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