Fri, 18 February 2011 22:16:26 ET
In the recording, the former 'Malcolm in the Middle' star is heard telling dispatcher that his girlfriend is 'going crazy', trashing his house and hitting him in the face.
Former child star Frankie Muniz
has got into a huge fight with girlfriend Elycia Turnbow last Friday, February 11 that ended up with police coming to his Arizona home. Just days after his representative came up with a statement over the incident, the 911 call the actor made during the domestic disturbance surfaced, revealing that he initially refused to give his name.
In the recording obtained by Radar Online, the former "Malcolm in the Middle" star is heard being asked by the dispatcher "What is your name, sir?" To the question, he responded, "I don't want to make a big deal because I am a celebrity. I don't want there to be a deal." In the background, his girlfriend can be heard bemoaning, "Oh my god!"
In the call, Frankie explained, "My girlfriend is drunk and she's going crazy and she's trashing my house. She's hitting me in the face. I don't know what to do, I'm about to lose control." He also pleaded that the operator not to dispatch police to the house. "I just want her to stop," he said. "Can you talk to her and calm her down?"
The fight between Frankie and Elycia is also audible in . At one point, he tells his girlfriend, "Babe, you just damaged the house... You are still damaging the house." Elycia is heard in the background yelling, "You hit me." To the accusation, the 25-year-old yelled back, "I did not hit you. You punched me in the face."
According to the police report regarding the complaint, Frankie and Elycia got into an intense argument in their home about "prior relationships". In the report, Elycia told the officers that the "Agent Cody Banks
" actor "grabbed a gun and held it to his head, possibly with the intent of committing suicide" during the fight.
Last Tuesday, February 15, Frankie's publicist Lauren Tobin came up with . "Frankie and Elycia had an argument a few days ago. The police were called to the residence. A gun played no part in the argument and was voluntarily given to the police for safe keeping.There were no bruises and neither left the residence. He was not suicidal. She was not assaulted," she explained.
Lauren further insisted, "They have been together since the incident; are still together and are moving forward with their lives and with their relationship." To People magazine, she added, "Neither one is interested in finger-pointing at the other. It was a situation that escalated beyond a point that it needed to be. If anything, they will look back at this as a learning opportunity."
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