Former Dodgers All-Star Carl Crawford continues to have a challenging 2020. According to reports, a 25-year-old woman and a 5-year-old boy died in a drowning incident at the Texas home of the former MLB outfielder, who recently made headlines due to his ongoing legal battles with Megan Thee Stallion, Roc Nation and his 1501 Certified Ent Label.
Crawford, 38, was hosting a get together for six people Saturday afternoon in Houston when the boy reportedly wandered away and fell in the pool, according to TMZ.
The child was having trouble breathing and the 25-year-old woman jumped in to save him, according to the Houston Chronicle.
What happened after the woman jumped in the pool and prior to them both drowning is still unreported. The location of the other four people, while the multiple drownings occurred, is also unsubstantiated at this time.
“Both the boy and woman were unresponsive when authorities arrived at the scene around 2:40 pm and were rushed to the local hospital, where they were later pronounced dead.
Crawford’s illustrious MLB career lasted from 2002-2016. Crawford was a four-time All-Star who had a career average of .290 with 136 homers and 480 steals. Crawford then founded, funded, and cultivated Megan Thee Stallion’s rise to superstar status and is currently in a heated legal battle with Megan’s new management company Roc Nation.
Stay tuned for more details on this horrific incident. This looks like a situation with a major lawsuit on the horizon.