Miles Bridges back in court
The Hornets player has violated the protection order of the woman he assaulted in the presence of her children, according to the ruling from November last year.
Charlotte Hornets forward Miles Bridges received a criminal summons this Wednesday from the county office Meckleburg in North Carolina)for violating a domestic violence protection order and a misdemeanor charge of child abuse and injury to personal property, according to the ESPN network.
Last November, Bridges, 25, was sentenced to three years of probation after an agreement with prosecutors on an accusation of assaulting his girlfriend in front of their two children. Bridges has to serve three years of probation and, with the agreement reached, accepted his sentence without pleading guilty in this trial.
The player was accused in July 2022 of three crimes of sexist violence and child abuse. On June 29 of that year, Bridges was arrested in Los Angeles for an alleged assault on his girlfriend with her two children present. He was later released after the judge set bail at $130,000.