Chad and Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada were married this past July 4th.  From watching them interact on TV the two seemed to be very much in love.  However, things took a turn over the weekend.

Evidently, the two of them had a falling out of some kind and unfortunately, things turned a little physical.  ESPN.go.com reports:

 

 

Here's Chad's bond hearing.

 

 

 

Chad's defense attorney, Adam Swickle, says he posted the bond Sunday morning.  Swickle says that a no-contact order has been issued, another words Chad has been ordered to stay away from Evelyn.

Swickle declined to comment further and so has Chad's agent Drew Rosenhaus .

According to Davie police Capt. Dale Englet, 34-year-old Chad Johnson was arrested Saturday after an  argument occurred in the front of the couple's home.  Capt. Englet said it started when Lozada confronted Chad about a receipt she found for a box of condoms.  From there, they got into a heated argument which resulted in Evelyn getting a laceration on her forehead.  Chad told police he leaned forward and accidentally bumped his head on her forehead and Eveyln said he intentionally head budded her.  Shortly after the incident Evelyn was treated at a hospital for a cut to her forehead.

Chad was arrested and charged with Misdemeanor Domestic Violence.  This little altercation may cause Chad some serious problems with his current team and even his job.  Speaking of which, Dolphins spokesman Harvey Greene said team officials were "aware of the situation and are in the process of gathering relevant information." The Dolphins are scheduled to hold practice early Sunday afternoon.

Ironically, VH1's "Basketball Wives" new season is getting ready to heat up again.  Because of all the hype surrounding Chad and Evelyn's relationship, they scored their own spinoff show "Eve & Ocho".  As a matter of fact, their spinoff is going to start with the couples wedding.  So hopefully the two can manage to stay married longer that two months.  Unless something changes, the new series "Eve & Ocho" is scheduled to begin in September.