Mets closer Jeurys Familia was arrested in New Jersey on Monday on a domestic violence charge, according to multiple reports and a complaint filed in Fort Lee Municipal Court. The All Star pitcher was recently featured in a video for #NotAFan, an anti-domestic violence campaign featuring pro athletes.

In the video, Familia stretches and pounds his mitt over sound clips of 911 calls and blaring sirens. At the end, he says, in Spanish, "I am not a fan of domestic violence."

The Bergen Record published the complaint [PDF], which states that the victim, who has not been identified, sustained a bruised cheek and scratch to the chest. The complaint states that cops "found probable cause to believe that domestic violence had occurred."

The alleged incident reportedly took place in a Fort Lee apartment around 2:22 a.m. on Monday. Familia, 27, and his wife, Bianca Rivas, gave birth to their first son, Jeurys Jr., last June according to the NY Times. The NJ Advance reports that the family lives in Fort Lee.

The complaint lists the charge against Familia as simple assault, a minor-injury misdemeanor charge. Bail was set at $1,500 on the condition that Familia not contact the victim upon release. The Bergen Record reports that bail has been posted.

The complaint identifies one Jeurys F. Mojica, but the Record notes that the date of birth on the complaint matches Familia's date of birth on the Mets website. A Facebook page that appears to belong to the pro athlete is under the name Jeurys Familia Mojica.

"The matter was brought to our attention and we are monitoring the situation," the Mets said in a statement on Tuesday.

Familia's teammate Jose Reyes signed with the Mets this year after serving a 51-game suspension for allegedly grabbing his wife Katherine Ramirez by the throat and pushing her into a sliding glass door.