LITTLE ROCK — Maumelle police say no additional charges are anticipated in connection with an incident in which a woman claimed she was raped by former middleweight boxing champion Jermain Taylor.

LITTLE ROCK — Maumelle police say no additional charges are anticipated in connection with an incident in which a woman claimed she was raped by former middleweight boxing champion Jermain Taylor.

Police Lt. Jim Hansard said Wednesday that officers have finished conducting interviews in the case and now are awaiting the results of toxicology tests, a rape test and analysis of evidence collected at the scene.

“At this point we’re not actively investigating anything,” he said.

Maumelle officers were dispatched to a motel Friday night in response to a report of a disturbance involving a man and a woman. They made contact with a woman who said she had gone to the motel to have sex with Taylor for money and the two argued, after which she fell down a flight of stairs and injured her ankle.

The woman was taken to Baptist Medical Center for treatment of her injury. Once at the hospital, she claimed Taylor had raped her.

The woman has been charged with possession of a controlled substance. Hansard said police anticipate no charges against Taylor and no additional charges against the woman.