Former Michigan and UAB running back Kingston Davis was arrested and charged with domestic violence, stemming from an incident that occurred in September, according to a report.

According to, Davis was arrested on charges of domestic violence by strangulation or suffocation. Davis was suspended by the school and the team shortly before UAB’s fourth game of the 2018 season. He was later removed entirely from the team roster.

This isn’t the only troubling instance involving Davis. From

Almost two weeks ago on November 24, a Twitter user named @nikochicoo posted two videos that showed Davis brandishing a gun in one video and threatening violence in another. The videos were eventually removed but Davis deactivated his Twitter account after the videos were originally published.

No other information has been provided by the school citing federal student privacy laws.

Davis enrolled at UAB in spring 2018. He had 22 carries for 88 yards and two touchdowns for the Blazers this season.

Davis was a member of Michigan’s 2016 recruiting class. He had just two carries for 17 yards while in Ann Arbor.