Cleveland Cavaliers star Rajon Rondo allegedly threatened to kill a woman by pointing a gun at her in front of her children during an altercation that took place a few days ago inside his home in Louisville, Utah. Kentucky.
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According to what the ESPN network and the TMZ site indicated on Monday, the lady would have requested emergency protection from the services of the order last Friday, saying that she feared for her safety and that of her offspring. The alleged victim would also have mentioned having already experienced trouble with the “erratic, volatile and explosive behavior” of the basketball player.
The same sources specified that Rondo will have to stay away from the woman and her children, the minimum distance in this regard being fixed by a judge at 500 meters. In addition, he will have to turn over any firearms he has in his possession to the Jefferson County Sheriff. Separately, the 36-year-old has not been apprehended and is not charged or suspected of a crime by authorities until further notice.
In 2021-22, he averaged 4.8 points per game. The Cavs acquired him from the Los Angeles Lakers during the season.