One of Xavier's top players faces another charge after incident with girlfriend

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Myles Davis is facing multiple charges after incidents with an ex-girlfriend. USATSI

Xavier senior guard Myles Davis is facing two charges from incidents involving a former girlfriend, according to a report Friday by the Cincinnati Enquirer, which cites court documents.

The two charges stem from separate incidents, the most recent one prompting a warrant for Davis' arrest. Davis' lawyer has reportedly been in contact with local authorities and said Davis plans to turn himself in Monday. The first charge was related to Davis allegedly intentionally destroying a cellphone and damaging a car door back in July. The most recent charge is a misdemeanor of damage with new details and alleged criminal behavior, per the report.

Davis has been accused of threatening his former girlfriend and displaying violent action in front of her after she ended the relationship.

The alleged victim's father in the matter told the Enquirer that his daughter has been disturbed and scared to the point of not wanting to go on Xavier's campus.

"She is emotionally wrecked," her father, Ken Stoll, told the Enquirer. "There have been a lot of tears, a lot of crying."

The new charge, a misdemeanor criminal damaging charge, was filed Monday by Norwood police in Hamilton County Municipal Court. Charges were filed last month by Cincinnati police surrounding another incident in early July involving Kiley Stoll.

According to the Norwood complaint filed Monday, the incident happened "on or about" July 3 near a United Dairy Farmers store on Montgomery Road.

During a "discussion about the ending of their relationship," the complaint says Davis became angry and threw a Samsung cellphone to the sidewalk, breaking it. The cellphone is owned by Stoll's father, the complaint says.

The complaint says Davis, 22, also "struck" the driver's side door of her 2011 Volkswagen Jetta, denting the door.

In addition to this, Davis has been issued a restraining order against his ex-girlfriend, a mandate that will not expire for three years. Davis' lawyer told the Enquirer that he and his client "look forward to our day in court" and that many of the alleged actions are untrue.

Xavier is yet to release a statement on the matter and no reprimand or discipline has been disclosed. CBS Sports reached out to Musketeers coach Chris Mack for a comment, but he has not responded.

CBS Sports ranks Xavier as a top-10 team heading into the season, in some part because of Davis' contributions. He averaged 10.8 points, a team-high 4.1 assists and 3.8 rebounds for the Musketeers last season when he started all but one game.

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