Miles Bridges of the Hornets has been given an arrest warrant and a criminal summons.

According to Jessica Allen and Glenn Counts of, an arrest warrant and criminal summons have been issued for Hornets forward Miles Bridges.

Bridges' domestic violence case from last year is the basis for the warrant and summons. 

He was originally charged with three felonies, but last November pleaded no guilty to one felony count of harming a child's parent.

As part of the plea agreement, he received three years probation and no jail time.Bridges is also have to comply with a 10-year criminal protective order for the victim, his former partner, 

whom he had multiple children. He was also sentenced to undergo a year of domestic violence counseling and parenting training, as well as 100 hours of community service.

In January, Bridges allegedly violated the protective order by showing up at his ex-girlfriend's house and breaking her windshield. 

According to Allen and Counts, they are currently engaging in a custody fight. The warrant was issued in January, and the summons was issued on Wednesday.

According to Allen and Counts, the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office has been unable to serve the warrant up to this moment.

This latest allegation will be another setback for Bridges as he strives to restart his NBA career.

Following an NBA investigation into the original domestic violence incident, Bridges is ineligible to partake in preseason games and is suspended for the first ten games of the 2023-24 season. 


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