Gordon, now 29 and pictured above (this weekend's mugshot in the inset), was booked in jail on Saturday and eventually charged with battery by the Seminole County Sheriff's Department.
Deputies said Leal, however, had a slightly swollen bottom lip with dried blood. She also says in the report that he pulled her hair and told her he should make her crash her vehicle.
But according to Gordon's GF, per police, she picked up Gordon from a bar and that while driving back he allegedly struck her in the right side of her face several times.
Gordon had told the officer he just wanted his girlfriend to leave the home because he claimed she had ripped his shirt and thrown a bottle at him.
She said the pair continued arguing when they returned home.
He claimed she attacked him for no reason and that she is "crazy".
Gordon was held legally accountable for Bobbi Kristina's death in 2015 after he didn't show up for a court hearing in the $36million civil suit brought against him by her family.
The officer arrested Gordon based on Leal's injuries and her statement, the arrest report states.
Gordon was arrested in June 2017 for domestic violence.
Beyond that, authorities have been pretty tight-lipped about what led to this apparent domestic violence situation. The judgment in that case, on behalf of Bobbi Kristina's estate, was $36 million. He is due to appear in court on April 6. He was arrested for domestic violence battery and kidnapping/false imprisonment of an adult against his girlfriend who was identified as Laura Leal at the time, and according to documents obtained by The Blast, she is the same woman who was involved in his most recent arrest. A wrongful death lawsuit is not a criminal charge of murder, which requires the burden of proof to be "beyond doubt".