Arrest warrent of miles bridges

Miles Bridges, a forward for the Charlotte Hornets, is facing an arrest warrant and a criminal summons for allegedly violating a protective order, as per reports.

According to WSOC's Jessica Allen and Glenn Counts, the warrant that has been in existence since January has yet to be carried out.

The criminal summons was issued on Wednesday, however, it remains unserved at present.

According to the police report, Allen and Counts identified Bridges'  long-term partner as the victim. The report stated that Bridges violated  a protective order by damaging her windshield at her home. 

Bridges was granted a 10-year criminal protective order pertaining to his girlfriend upon pleading no contest to a felony charge of causing harm to a child's parent in November 2022.

Charlotte offered Bridges a one-year, $7.9 million qualifying contract this offseason. Steve Reed reported that Charlotte apologized for the "pain and embarrassment" caused.

He expressed his intention to use this opportunity to show everyone that he is still the same person they chose five years ago.

The NBA considered Bridges' non-participation in the 2022-23 season when implementing penalties.

He was subjected to a 30-game suspension, yet was required to serve only 10 in the 2023-24 season, as he was credited for 20 games missed in the previous season.