DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – After his arrest on drug charges earlier this week, we are hearing from the former girlfriend of Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle.

Dalia Jacobs, who shares a child with Randle, filed for a protective order against him the same day he was arrested in Wichita, Kansas.

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In the order, Jacobs claims Randle, “Retrieved a handgun…  Point(ed) the gun at my friend in the vehicle…”

Dalia Jacobs (credit: KWCH)

Dalia Jacobs (credit: KWCH)

Jacobs says Randle became upset and “smashed the window with his fist causing glass to shatter across my friend and my child…”  Speaking to CBS affiliate KWCH, Jones said, “Glass splatters everywhere. There’s glass in my son’s hair. It hit him and that’s when he starts crying.”

Jacobs says police did not find a gun when they responded to the domestic violence call because one of Randle’s friends drove off with it.  Police confirm that they were told a gun was involved, but  it was never located.

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In her protective order, Jacobs describes Randle’s demeanor. “…The defendant has a violent temper and gets angry very quickly.  I am frightened that he will do something to harm me and my child…  He has a history of being both physically and emotionally abuse towards me…,” she says.

Meanwhile, Wichita Police have dropped the unlawful possession drug charge until they review the entire incident and conduct more interviews.  Police say they may refile the charge and add additional charges against Randle if they determine domestic violence did occur.

The Dallas Cowboys have yet to comment on this latest incident involving Randle.  Randle’s agent responded to the arrest on Twitter, saying it was only a citation, not an arrest, and there was no domestic violence involved.

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