Miles Bridges was arrested in Los Angeles for domestic violence

Miles Bridges, a star player for the Charlotte Hornets who is expected to be a top free agent target this summer, was arrested in Los Angeles on suspicion of felony domestic abuse.

The goal of Miles Bridges’ summer was to secure a significant contract in the upcoming free agency period. This week, it took a terrible turn.

TMZ reported on Wednesday night that Bridges had been arrested on felony domestic violence charges related to a fight that allegedly happened on Tuesday.

The incident was characterized as follows by TMZ:

According to law enforcement officials, a lady claims to have engaged in a physical altercation with Bridges. Police were reportedly called to the scene, but when they arrived, Bridges had already left. The woman, we’re informed, needed medical help.

Miles Bridges was arrested in Los Angeles for domestic violence

We don’t know what started the fight or how bad the woman’s injuries are.

Bridges surrendered and was granted freedom on $130,000 bail.

The Clippers originally selected the next free agent, but they traded him to the Hornets in 2018. Since then, he has increased his influence on the court, which culminated in a career season last season. He became a sought-after player on the open market by giving Charlotte an average of 20.2 points, 7.0 rebounds, and 3.8 assists per game.

His plans to become a free agent will probably be harder to carry out while his legal problems are being worked out.