An officer responds to a Miami suburban residence, Davie, around 4:15 am and learns that Walton had a fight with a woman, according to police reports.
The woman was five weeks pregnant, the report said, and had told Walton on Sunday that the child was his.
"During the fight, Walton pushed (the woman) against the wall and punched him several times in the face and head. I observed (the woman) having swelling in her left eye," wrote the Davie officer who responded in her book. report. The victim's name was deleted in the report.
Walton was charged with aggravating pregnant women, the report said. Walton remained in Broward County Prison, awaiting Wednesday's hearing which will determine the status of his ties.
Walton's lawyer, Michael Gottlieb, said he spoke with his client on Tuesday. H told CNN, "I do not believe Mr. Walton is guilty of the charges alleged."
In a statement, the dolphins said that they had freed Walton.
"We were informed of the police problem this morning regarding Mark Walton," said Dolphins general manager Chris Grier. "We hold our players to a high standard and take this matter very seriously. We will not have any further comments at this time."
The Cincinnati Bengals chose Walton, who plays at the University of Miami, in the fourth round of the 2018 NFL Draft. The Bengals ruled out Walton after he was arrested three times during the 2019 season.
In the latest arrest, drug and driving accusations that were rashly dismissed in the plea agreement; Walton received a six-month probation on weapons charges, which was handed down to minor offenses, and he served three weeks, Gottlieb said. Allegations from the January and February incidents were also canceled, lawyers said.
CNN could not independently confirm the resolution in three cases.
He concluded by thanking the dolphins for the opportunity and promised to "take advantage of this opportunity as a person and a player when I return."
Jill Martin and Amanda Watts from CNN contributed to this report.