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Bevo’s Daily Roundup: Texas alum Earl Thomas hit with restraining order after alleged drunken Christmas altercation

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Texas Longhorns alum Earl Thomas is in news again, and per usual, it’s not flattering.

TMZ Sports reports his wife Nina Thomas has filed a restraining order after an alleged drunken domestic violence altercation that took place over the Christmas holiday.

For more on the incident, visit TMZ Sports.

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ABNEWS ACROSS THE LONGHORN REPUBLIC AND BEYOND

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