I think it was from "Why does he do that" by Lundy Bancroft and it states (paraphrasing) that it's more likely for a man reporting abuse by a female partner to be the abuser himself because of how common DARVO is, and the inherent power imbalance between the sexes.
Feeling shame and being scared of your abuser is a common thread between both
male and female victims. An abuser pulling DARVO will be anything but shameful and fearful - sometimes they are downright smug. There is no fear or shame on how they talk, not even the learned confidence of someone previously ashamed. They absolutely relish in telling the world how they were the victim.
We often get told men are "scared" to come out about abuse, and while some victims are, there's been much attention directed at male "victims" that are loud and proud about it and know they'll have a swarm of well-meaning "equality" proponents supporting them.
Male victims receive a similar slandering when they come out and they suffer from loss of career, invalidation and mental health problems too (Brenden Fraser, Kevin Spacey's victims), and don't receive the same fanfare as Johnny Depp.
First there was Depp, now this guy riding on his coattails. I won't justify violence even in response to cheating, but it's dishonest to say a single act like this is equivalent to coercive control and abuse.