NBA Miles Bridges has been arrested. The Charlotte Hornets forward turned himself in on Wednesday to the Los Angeles police department on account of felony domestic violence, according to a TMZ report.
Miles Bridges reportedly got into an argument with a woman on Tuesday that got physical. The report stated that the woman required medical intervention.
According to Law enforcement sources, the police were called to the scene, but Bridges had fled by the time of their arrival.
The 24-four-year-old NBA player who was arrested for felony domestic violence has since been released on $130,000 bail, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
“Miles Bridges arrested right before free agency starts, he’s not right in the head,” a Twitter user said, as the Bridges’ arrest was on the eve of NBA free agency, which was supposed to land him a massive deal.
Miles Bridges arrested right before free agency starts, he’s not right in the head.
— Ahmed🇸🇴/Depressed Lakers Fan (@big_business_) June 30, 2022
Here are more reactions from fans and concerned people on Twitter.
Niggas not even clowning Miles Bridges for beating his bitch up they clowning him for beating his bitch up before he got the bag
— 💔 (@killmesIime) June 30, 2022
Miles Bridges in the prison league pic.twitter.com/pHwesX3DSJ
— 𝓜𝓪𝓽𝓽 🏀✈️ (@mldiffley) June 30, 2022
Who cares about his bag Miles Bridges beat up a woman she’s hospitalized and he fled the scene im disgusted
— mev 🧸🌹🏀 (@mevvybear) June 30, 2022
Miles Bridges drinking lean on IG, rapping like he in the trenches still, and beating bitches up. Nigga fumbled the bag 🤦🏽♂️ pic.twitter.com/G5IlKmgmB8
— Jango (@RandyOrtonStan) June 30, 2022
I hope the woman Miles Bridges hurt is okay and gets more from this than just being used as negotiation leverage by NBA teams
— sreekar (@sreekyshooter) June 30, 2022
Let’s be clear: Miles Bridges is charged with felony domestic assault. The woman involved needed medical help. I do not give a damn what this all means for his career if he’s guilty. If we focus on his contract, then we’re only making it harder for women who face abuse every day. https://t.co/9q02lKUfkH
— Myron Medcalf (@MedcalfByESPN) June 30, 2022
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