From New York Daily News:

Ravens running back and Rutgers product Ray Rice and his fiancee were both arrested after getting into an altercation at an Atlantic City Casino early Saturday morning, police said.

The incident occurred at the Revel Casino and was caught on surveillance footage, according to Atlantic City police. Both Rice, 27, and his fiancee, Janay Palmer, 26, were charged with domestic violence-simple assault and released with a summons.

“After reviewing surveillance footage it appeared both parties were involved in a physical altercation,” a police statement said. “The complaint summons indicates that both (Rice) and Palmer struck each other with their hands. The responding officer signed a simple assault complaint against both Rice and Palmer.”

The statement added that both Palmer and Rice “refused any medical attention as no injuries were reported by either party. The couple were transported to the Atlantic City Police Department holding facility and charged.”

Sgt. Monica McMenamin told in Philadelphia that police had responded to the incident at 2:51 a.m. on Saturday.

Rice’s attorney, Andrew Alperstein, told the Baltimore Sun that the incident was “a very minor phsyical altercation.”

Michael Diamondstein, who, according to the Sun, also represents Rice, told the paper, “There was an argument that included Ray. I can’t give any specifics because we haven’t seen the document yet.”

The Ravens released a statement Sunday night saying, “We are aware of the Friday night situation with Ray Rice and his fiancee. We have spoken with Ray, and know that they returned home together after being detained.”

Scott Russo, director of operations for the Royal Jelly Burlesque Nightclub located inside the Revel, told the Sun that Rice had been with a group of approximately eight people earlier in the night.

“When he was here, they were having a great time — no issues,” said Russo, who added that Rice had been to the club before. “(Rice) was very nice to our staff.

“We took care of him like we do any of the celebrities that come in.”

Rice, who signed a 5-year, $35 million deal with Baltimore in July 2012, is coming off a disappointing 2013 campaign, his sixth year in the league.

The New Rochelle product averaged just 3.1 yards per carry and scored just four touchdowns. Rice was a second-round pick out of Rutgers in the 2008 draft.

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