Sabrina Parr has been questioned by the Cleveland Police Department in the past, since she claimed she was a witness to the late night club incident when New York Jets wide receiver Braylon Edwards (he was still a receiver for the Browns at the time of the altercation) punched a friend of NBA and Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James.
Parr has tweeted on her Twitter page that she was assaulted by McDonald, and that he "went crazy" while putting his hands on her.
Parr claims she is a co-host of WKNR/ESPN radio in Cleveland, but she is not listed anywhere on those stations' employment roster.
She also claims that she is McDonald's ex-girlfriend.
Parr obviously is trying her best to get something (probably money) out of McDonald, but he and the authorities have not commented on this yet.
McDonald has other issues to deal with besides this matter, since the Browns' front office has stated that they will be bringing in many additions to rebuild the defensive secondary this offseason.
His job may no longer be guaranteed, since he has struggled over the last two seasons with the Browns.
The common thought on McDonald's abilities is that he is a nickel or dime cornerback at most on the depth chart, but depending on how many more players are brought in to compete, he may not even be that for the Browns in 2010.