Nick Gordon

Nick Gordon, former fiancé of the late Bobbi Kristina Brown, was arrested and detained for domestic violence.

His girlfriend and alleged victim, Laura Leal, sent a letter to the judge handling Gordon’s case that said the beating was all her fault.

She filed docs in Seminole County, Florida, including a letter asking the judge to lift the no-contact order. Leal says she needs Gordon’s love and guidance – and wants to speak to her boyfriend again.

According to TMZ.com, Leal says in the letter that the case against Gordon is not accurate –particularly when it comes to her alleged injuries on the night of Nick's arrest.

“Pictures were taken of my face the night of the incident because cops stated my lip was ‘bleeding’ when in all reality my lips were chapped and dry,” Leal wrote in the letter, according to TMZ. “There was no marks on my face."

The celebrity news and gossip site said Leal goes on to say in the letter that she suffers from severe anger issues and the whole thing was a misunderstanding.

“I am seeking help and determined to take the condition seriously as I have been diagnosed bipolar,” Leal allegedly wrote. “He is not at blame and should not be pushed into any trouble or consequences due to my actions.”

The letter lines up with TMZ’s original report that Gordon frantically called 911 saying he “sounds so lame because I’m getting beat up by a woman.”

Sources: CNN.com, Star Magazine, Instagram.com, TMZ.com NBCNY.com

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