It was reported today by the Smoking Gun that Charles Ramsey, known around the globe as the man who saved three women held captive in Cleveland has a history of multiple arrests and convictions relating to domestic violence.
Ramsey, 43, was arrested in 1997 for domestic violence, then again in 1998 for failing to appear in court, again in 1999 for violating the terms of his probation, and most recently in 2003 for domestic abuse.
Divorced in 2003, while incarcerated in state prison, Ramsey’s wife sited, “gross neglect of duty” and “extreme cruelty.”
Ramsey served his time at the Lorain Correctional Institution. He had previously done two separate one-year stretches at Lorain, for early-90s convictions for drug abuse, criminal trespassing, and receiving stolen property.