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Thinking he was done with the matter and his career back on track, Silva’s life once again did a 180-degree turn on Friday when his estranged wife, Thaysa Kamiji, according to Globo’s Extra, released two videos. One allegedly shows Silva trying to find a male companion that his wife was hiding in her house, and the second allegedly showing him high on cocaine.
In the second video, Kamiji reportedly says that she took the opportunity to flee to Abu Dhabi to start over.
As a result of the mounting evidence against Silva, UFC officials on Friday revealed that they had once again released the fighter.
“Thiago Silva was released from his UFC contract on Feb. 7 due to his arrest by police in South Florida. The charges against Silva were dropped by the Broward County District Attorney’s office and Silva was re-signed to the UFC earlier this month,” read the UFC’s statement.
“Based on new information received today in the form of video and audio evidence, Silva has been terminated from his UFC contract.”