Charlotte Hornets player Miles Bridges has been arrested and charged with felony domestic violence.
Published: 2022-06-30 02:41 am
NBA player Miles Bridges arrested for domestic violence

NBA player Miles Bridges was arrested Wednesday after allegedly injuring a woman during a physical dispute a day earlier in Los Angeles, a report said.

Bridges, a forward for the Charlotte Hornets, turned himself in to the Los Angeles Police Department and was charged with felony domestic violence, TMZ reported.

The 24-four-year-old basketball player reportedly got into an argument with the woman that turned physical on Tuesday and police were called.

Bridges fled before police arrived, but turned himself in the next day, according to the outlet.

TMZ reported that the woman required medical attention, however the extent of her injuries is unknown.

Bridges was slapped with the felony charge and released on $130,000 bail, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

Despite fleeing before police arrived, the NBA player eventually turned himself in and is now released on bail.
Read Full Story

3 feet of rain sets up 4th round of flood misery for Sydney - 2 months ago
More than 30,000 residents of Sydney and its surrounds were told to evacuate or prepare to abandon their homes Monday as Australia’s largest city faces its fourth, and possibly worst, round of flooding in less than a year and a half.
Read More

Yankees’ Zack Britton being cautious after bout with COVID-19 - 1 year ago
TAMPA — Zack Britton is being careful during spring training after a bout with COVID-19 during the offseason. The left-hander has participated in drills with teammates, but hasn’t thrown off a mound since last Saturday. Britton said in an email he got
Read More

Multiple injured in fight aboard Rhode Island ferry - 1 week ago
Multiple people were slashed on Monday night following a brawl on a Rhode Island ferry.
Read More

‘YMCA’ writer OK with Trump using song — but he wants to see him dance - 2 years ago
President Trump has drawn heat form stars such as Bruce Springsteen, the Rolling Stones and John Fogerty for using their songs before his rallies, but one composer has no problem with it. Victor Willis of the Village People says Trump is welcome to
Read More