Miles Bridges, a forward for the Charlotte Hornets, finds himself facing an arrest warrant linked to a previous domestic violence incident, as initially reported by Wsoc Tv.
According to police reports, the incident involved the damaging of his girlfriend’s car windshield and a breach of the protective order she had against him.
This situation has been confirmed by the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office and the county clerk of court.
Remarkably, this development has unfolded while the 25-year-old player is still serving probation for a felony charge stemming from an altercation with a child’s parent in the prior year.
In addition to the arrest warrant, a criminal summons has emerged, disclosed just recently, though it remains beyond public access, preventing us from obtaining a copy.
The police report sheds light on the damaged car windshield of the victim and Bridges’ alleged violation of the protective order by appearing at her residence.
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The victim, in this complex narrative, happens to be Bridges’ long-time girlfriend, with whom he shares several children. They are currently embroiled in a custody dispute, adding further complexity to the situation.
Notably, Bridges’ girlfriend has, in the past, come to his defense, firmly maintaining that he is not an abuser.
Turning back the clock to November 2022, Bridges entered a no-contest plea in response to the charges, which revolved around accusations of assaulting the mother of his children in their presence.
As things stand, Bridges has already been sidelined from Charlotte’s preseason games. His last appearance for the Hornets marked career highs with 20.2 points, 7 rebounds and 3.8 assists in 80 games.