don't be talkin bout my mommaTom Chambers, a four-time All-Star with the Seattle SuperSonics and Phoenix Suns, has been charged with assault stemming from an incident at a Scottsdale, Arizona, restaurant in April.
A Scottsdale police spokesman told the Arizona Republic that Chambers reacted to a man's taunts. The man told police that Chambers grabbed him by the throat and threw him backward, according to TMZ.
LSU wide receiver Drake Davis remains charged with felony second-degree battery against a former girlfriend, said District Attorney Hillar Moore
Davis, who has been indefinitely suspended from the team, has been ordered to have no contact with the ex-girlfriend, an LSU student who reported to the LSU police four violent incidents involving Davis during the past 18 months. The woman told police that Davis punched her hard enough to fracture one of her ribs in one instance, began to strangle her in another and later texted that he might kill her.
not related to Laura[FONT="]LSU sophomore guard Ed Ingram was suspended by the team on Aug. 3 after an Aug. 2 arrest for "two counts of aggravated sexual assault in Dallas County" involving a minor of an undisclosed age[/FONT]
showing his killer instinctsBoston Celtics guard Jabari Bird strangled a woman at least a dozen times over a four-hour period last Friday, prosecutors alleged at an arraignment hearing Thursday.
the woman told police that Bird strangled her and threw her against a wall after they got into an argument at Bird's residence.
She also said that Bird kicked her multiple times in the stomach and dragged her away from the door when she tried to leave, before shutting her into a bathroom.
Bird was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery of a family or household member, kidnapping and strangulation, following his arrest over the weekend.
serious jail time for this romeoA former standout college running back admitted to having sex with a 12-year-old girl, telling investigators that the sexual encounter was her idea, police said.
After the alleged incident, the girl told her mother she was asleep in Crawford’s living room when the former star running back at West Virginia University entered the room and told her to perform oral sex on him before they had sex, Columbus Police Detective Mark Scruggs testified.
Crawford denied having any sexual contact with the girl when initially questioned by detectives, but he later admitted to the encounter, saying the sexual contact was the girl’s idea, according to Scruggs’ testimony.
shoulda got the chairThe former NFL wide receiver was released from prison Monday after serving more than 18 years for conspiring to murder the mother of his unborn child.
Carruth was found guilty of orchestrating a plot to kill Cherica Adams on Nov. 16, 1999, in Charlotte, North Carolina, to avoid paying child support. Adams was shot four times while driving her car but managed to make a 911 call that helped implicate Carruth.
Adams went into a coma and died less than a month later after the shooting.
The child she was carrying, Chancellor Lee Adams, was delivered by emergency cesarean section but suffers from permanent brain damage and cerebral palsy.
time to release these idiotsFour players from the Jacksonville Jaguars were arrested in London early Saturday morning, PEOPLE has confirmed.
The athletes — identified by ESPN as cornerback D.J. Hayden, 28, and safeties Ronnie Harrison, 21, Barry Church, 30, and Jarrod Wilson, 24 — were detained by British police over a reported $64,000 unpaid bar tab at the London Reign Nightclub in Piccadilly.
“We are aware that four of our players were detained over restitution of a bill,” the Jaguars said in a statement to PEOPLE.
“Officers attended and spoke with a group of males who had allegedly been attempting to leave the venue without paying a large bill,” reads a Scotland Yard statement. “Four men aged in their 20s were subsequently arrested on suspicion of fraud by false representation and taken to a central London police station for questioning.
NFL.com reported that sources told host Ian Rapoport that a group of players “were sent bottles of champagne and other high-end liquors and ran up a huge bill,” believing that the bottles were free.
“When the bill arrived, the players refused to pay it, believing that it was not what they owed,” the report continued. “An argument ensued and local police made several arrests.”
A source who was inside the club described the sight of four NFL players wrestling a set of London bouncers as “the West End equivalent of King Kong meeting Godzilla,” reports The Sun.
“Things got pretty heated and there was a lot of swearing and shouting and things became physical,” the source said.
Locally someone just got 64 years for killing someone. This guy should have gotten north of 30 years at a minimum.Still can't believe he got 18-24 years and they let that effer out after 18. It was, without a doubt, 1st degree murder, a contract killing. Should have been life without parole at the very least.
Friend of mine's brother hooked up with a 32 yr old woman when he was 18, they robbed a place of $200 in Washington state with a toy gun in 2001..He got 14 years (she got 2 yrs)..Freaking sentencing is all over the place.Locally someone just got 64 years for killing someone. This guy should have gotten north of 30 years at a minimum.
I was stationed with a guy that raped and killed someone. He just got out a few years ago. Kind of gave me the chills.
One of the guys I grewup and went all the way through school with got 30 Federal Time for Cocaine. Sammy did all 30.Friend of mine's brother hooked up with a 32 yr old woman when he was 18, they robbed a place of $200 in Washington state with a toy gun in 2001..He got 14 years (she got 2 yrs)..Freaking sentencing is all over the place.
imma bust a cap in ya[FONT="]The now-former [/FONT]Rutgers[FONT="] football player [/FONT]charged with involvement in an attempted double-murder plot[FONT="] was a walk-on from a nearby town who took an unusual road to the Scarlet Knights.
[/FONT][FONT="]Izaia Bullock, 22, was dismissed from the program Tuesday and faces university disciplinary hearings after [/FONT]he was charged with two counts of first-degree attempted murder and two counts of first-degree conspiracy[FONT="] to commit murder.
[/FONT][FONT="]Bullock is the ninth current or former Rutgers football player to be arrested since this summer. [/FONT]Eight players were charged in connection with an alleged credit card fraud scheme[FONT="] in August. Four of those players have already been dismissed from or left the program, while four others remain suspended indefinitely until their legal matters are settled.[/FONT]
Was at the game Sunday in Tampa against SF, and some 49'er fans sitting next to me. I asked them about Foster. They were staying at the team hotel - the Grand Hyatt - and watched the TPD walk him out cuffed up on his way to spend the night in the Hillsborough County lock up. Poor baby, and even more stupid was his ex-girlfriend that came back to him asking for more. What is wrong with people?
Update on Aldon Smith.
he's aldon with the nflFormer San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders defensive end Aldon Smith pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor charges Monday as part of a plea deal with San Francisco prosecutors to settle his domestic violence case from earlier this year.
He originally faced charges of domestic violence, assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury, false imprisonment and vandalism stemming from a March 3 incident involving his then-fiancée.
He also was arrested twice after that incident, on charges of violating a protective order and for violating a condition of his electronic monitoring while on bail.
Now he's the Redskins headache to deal with.
seriously DannyThe Washington Redskins claimed linebacker Reuben Foster off waivers from the San Francisco 49ers on Tuesday, three days after he was arrested on a charge of misdemeanor domestic violence.
Foster was subsequently placed on the commissioner's exempt list, meaning he cannot practice or attend games but can be at the team facility on "a reasonable basis" for workouts, meetings and other permitted non-football activities.