Jarvis Landry responds to investigation into domestic incident

Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry responded to his legal situation. Landry said he’s fully cooperating. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)

DAVIE — One day after it was revealed he is the subject of an investigation into a domestic incident, Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry said he is cooperating.

“I have been upfront with the team,” Landry said after Tuesday’s practice. “I’ve been upfront with law enforcement. Hopefully this gets resolved in a timely fashion.”

Landry was asked if he feels he did nothing wrong.

“Exactly,” Landry replied.

Asked what happened, Landry expanded on his comments.

“I’ve been very upfront with the team,” Landry said. “I’ve been very upfront with the law enforcement. I’m here at training camp to help my guys get better. I don’t want any bad attention to me, this organization, (coach) Adam (Gase), nobody. And I don’t believe that this is the place for it or the time for it.”

Speaking of the team and law enforcement, Landry said: “I put it in their hands. That’s all I have to say about it.”

Landry is under investigation for a domestic incident, and the Broward State Attorney’s Office confirmed that it is looking into the allegation brought to them by the Fort Lauderdale Police Department.

According to the incident report obtained by The Post on Monday afternoon, the incident took place April 1 at around 10:15 p.m. on the 900 block of SE 2nd Ave. The report indicates that Landry used his hands, fist, feet and teeth but no actual weapons.

The names of the alleged victim as well as Landry have been redacted from the report. The report indicates that a juvenile was involved in the incident but there are no details.

Landry’s girlfriend, Estrella Cerqueira, released a statement Monday afternoon in which she stated she was not physically harmed and that she did not call police.

Coach Adam Gase has said the organization is aware of the incident.

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