Detroit — An alleged drug dealer faces new legal problems after prosecutors say he assaulted his estranged fiancee, Deelishis, a model and reality show star who won the VH1 reality show "Flavor of Love 2."
Federal court records shed light on a minor celebrity scandal that broke earlier this week when a popular Web site claimed Deelishis was assaulted by a pack of angry strippers.
Deelishis, real name Chandra London Davis, denied the report. The 35-year-old Farmington Hills resident, known for her ample derriere, posted a message on her social-media site, saying she tripped on icy stairs while wearing expensive designer shoes.
"I am fine & will be even better in a few days!" she wrote.
Court records offer a darker explanation.
Deelishis was injured jumping out of a second story window Sunday in Farmington Hills after allegedly being assaulted by Franklin resident Orlando Gordon, according to federal court records.
Deelishis' manager, who would not give her name Friday, said she was unaware of the alleged incident.
"I don't know nothing about no alleged assault," the woman told The News.
Gordon was free on bond and awaiting trial in federal court at the time of the incident.
He was indicted in January 2012 along with more than a dozen others and accused of participating in a drug-trafficking operation involving thousands of pounds of cocaine and marijuana.
Prosecutors asked a federal judge Thursday to revoke Gordon's bond due, in part, to the alleged assault.
"Gordon has engaged in criminal conduct that endangers the community — from driving while intoxicated to assault and home invasion," Assistant U.S. Attorney Steven Cares wrote in a court filing. "These criminal acts show that no set of conditions can reasonably assure the safety of the community and Gordon's bond should be revoked."
U.S. District Judge Sean Cox will consider the request March 12.
Court records and a police report portray a violent incident Sunday at the reality-show star's home on Muer Cove north of 13 Mile, where Deelishis lives with her two daughters.
At 4:20 a.m., Gordon smashed through the front door and struck Deelishis in the face, according to court records.
Deelishis, who had been sleeping in her daughter's bedroom, ran to her master bedroom, where her friend was asleep.
Michael Blackson, a popular stand-up comic known as The African King of Comedy.
He performed Saturday at the Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts in Detroit.
Gordon allegedly chased the comic and hit him in the face, according to court records.
Deelishis, meanwhile, locked the bedroom door.
Her estranged fiancee tried to get into the bedroom, prompting Deelishis to rip open the window screen and jump two stories to the ground, according to police.
She later fled to a neighbor's home and Gordon left his ex-fiancee's house, according to police.
"Davis was in a lot of pain from her right wrist," according to the police report. "Davis also had blood on her right hand."
She was taken to Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital.
Gordon is scheduled to stand trial April 9.
He is accused of heading a large-scale drug ring with a second man, Wendell Tobias of Detroit.
During a prolonged investigation, federal drug agents have seized more than $1 million cash, classic cars and more than $130,000 in jewelry - including Deelishis' engagement ring and Rolex watch.
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