BROOKFIELD (WKOW) -- New evidence shows a history of violence between Radcliffe and Zina Haughton.
On October 2, police in Brown Deer responded to a 911 call made by Zina.
Officers met her at a gas station and found swelling and scrapes on the side of her face.
She told them it was just makeup, but officers kept asking her what happened.
In a police recording, an officer said, "We've been doing this a long time. We know someone's not being truthful, we see the warning signs. We're not here to dismiss it. We want to help you. We know you're scared right now, scared of whoever this is that's involved, but you've got to let us help you."
Zina denied she was in a fight, and police later took her to a hotel at her request.
During an interview with police the next day, Radcliffe told them Zina attacked him when he took her phone and that he never hit her.
The case went to the district attorney but no charges were filed.
Records show police were called to the Haughton's home for domestic-related calls at least six times since 2003.