The NFL is under increasing fire for its handling of domestic violence cases, and now: abuse allegations are resurfacing against Chicago Bears star wide receiver Brandon Marshall.
The father of one of Marshall's ex-girlfriends stepped forward to complain.
A teary-eyed Kristeena Spivey says she saw her friend Reesheda Watley's injuries after being repeatedly beaten by Marshall.
Marshall is the latest in a string of NFL players to be accused of domestic violence -- although these aren't new allegations. A 2009 knife incident led to Marshall being suspended for one game and giving up two game paychecks. He was supposed to serve a three game suspension.
Marshall has repeatedly denied hurting Watley. Her father said he reached out to the Broncos and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, begging for help and says he got nowhere.
Wednesday's news conference was done to bring attention to this kind of flip-flopping on decisions and having what she says is no or little punishment for players accused of violence against women and children.
For example, the Minnesota Vikings reversing it's decision on Adrian Peterson after a second allegation of abuse against another son emerged. Two days after saying their star running back would play, Peterson is now barred from the team while he deals with his arrest in Texas on the beating charges.