Chad Johnson was released from Broward County Jail and shortly thereafter he was released by the Miami Dolphins. (Jeff Daly/Invision/AP)

In the audio of the 911 call, released Monday afternoon, Evelyn Lozada’s neighbor asks that police and paramedics be sent to the scene and the media not be told of the incident.

Lozada, star of “Basketball Wives,” suffered a cut to the head after she allegedly was headed-butted by Johnson, whom she married July 4, and was treated at a hospital. Johnson was arrested and later released on $2,500 bond. At one point during the call, Lozada can be heard to say “he headbutted me.”

The incident set off a cascade of events: Johnson was released by the Dolphins and the reality show the couple was set to star in, “Ev & Ocho,” was canceled by VH1.

The call lasts about 4 1/2 minutes (listen here) and came about 30 minutes after the incident, which the police report indicates began when Lozada found a receipt for condoms in the couple’s Smart Car. “I don't want the police to come with their lights on,” the neighbor tells the 911 dispatcher, “but I just want them to come until everybody calms down.”

The neighbor said that Lozada “has a nice cut on the forehead that I believe is going to need stitches” and asked for a low-key police presence, although he did not mention Johnson by name.

“He's a very high-profile person so we'd like to keep this as quiet as possible,” he said. “If you could let the police know because we don't need the news here.”

Johnson has had a past incident of domestic violence, writing in his 2006 book “Chad: I Can’t Be Stopped” that he pleaded no contest to a 2000 charge by his then-girlfriend.

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