Miles Bridges was arrested in June on three counts of domestic violence. Information about the incident, TMZ Sports reported that Bridges and his girlfriend Michelle had been arguing for several days. Until about June 27-28, things were out of order when the Charlotte Hornets player assaulted Michelle, causing many bruises on her face and body.
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Los Angeles police said that in addition to causing injuries to Michelle, Bridges’ actions also caused psychological trauma to young children, but specifically his son, when he had to witness the incident.
In November, Bridges successfully appealed two counts of child abuse and he accepted the sentence and punishment for domestic violence. Accordingly, the 24-year-old player will receive 3 years of probation, 52 weeks of domestic violence counseling, 52 weeks of parenting classes, 100 hours of community service and daily drug testing. week, prohibiting the use of marijuana without a doctor’s prescription. Because Bridges did not own a firearm, ammunition or any other dangerous weapon, he only had to pay a $300 restitution fee and a $500 domestic violence fine.
Before his arrest, Bridges had received an official contract offer from the Charlotte Hornets and it was likely that this contract would be activated in the near future. However, Bridges is still a case under investigation by the NBA and it is not known how long he faces a ban from playing. If Bridges and the Charlotte Hornets fail to reach an agreement, he will remain a free agent this summer.