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Ben Gordon, an Ex-nba Player, Was Jailed After Hitting McDonald’s Security Guard in the Face

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According to authorities, former NBA guard Ben Gordon was detained after punching a Chicago McDonald’s security guard in the face.

Gordon, 39, was charged on Saturday with misdemeanor battery inflicting bodily harm and battery establishing physical contact, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Gordon, who played for four NBA teams, was detained at 3:30 a.m. Friday after police responded to a report of a disturbance by a man being escorted from a McDonald’s.

A man, 29, was punched in the face and thrown to the ground. A man in his twenties was assaulted and thrown to the ground. Both males declined medical attention.

Gordon was arrested at the scene, according to police

BEN GORDON, AN EX-NBA PLAYER, WAS JAILED AFTER HITTING MCDONALD’S SECURITY GUARD IN THE FACE

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Gordon was accused last month in New York of assault, resisting arrest, contempt, and endangering his young son at LaGuardia Airport.

Witnesses, including an American Airlines employee, observed Gordon yell at his kid and punch him multiple times in the face after the boy dropped a book on the ground, according to the Queens district attorney’s office.

Gordon later told cops that it was his son. Gordon is also accused of assaulting cops while they were attempting to handcuff him and place him in a patrol car.

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Gordon’s attorney, Joshua Kirshner, stated that the son is 10 or 11 years old.

On October 10, he was arrested at LaGuardia Airport after six witnesses alleged he repeatedly punched his son Elijah in the face after he dropped a book.

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The former Chicago Bulls player was detained when an American Airlines employee witnessed the alleged assault on his kid, whom he shares with ex-fiancée Sascha Smith, 32.

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Gordon appeared in court on October 14 for a brief hearing related to the assault.

He was on his way to Chicago with his kid when the woman spotted him striking and yelling at the boy at around 8.54 p.m., with Gordon reportedly resisting arrest.

 Gordon’s hearing  postponed until December

According to a police complaint, the former shooting guard slapped Elijah with a ‘closed fist, slapping the victim in the face.’

Gordon appeared in court on October 14 for a brief hearing about the assault, which was postponed until December.

Gordon, who attended the University of Connecticut, was drafted by the Chicago Bulls in 2004 and spent 11 seasons in the NBA with Chicago, Detroit, Charlotte, and Orlando, most recently with the Magic in the 2014-15 season.

His finest season for the Bulls was 2006-07 when he averaged 21.4 points and 3.6 assists.

According to authorities, former NBA guard Ben Gordon was detained after punching a Chicago McDonald’s security guard in the face.

Gordon, 39, was charged on Saturday with misdemeanor battery inflicting bodily harm and battery establishing physical contact, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Gordon, who played for four NBA teams, was detained at 3:30 a.m. Friday after police responded to a report of a disturbance by a man being escorted from a McDonald’s.

A man, 29, was punched in the face and thrown to the ground. A man in his twenties was assaulted and thrown to the ground. Both males declined medical attention.

Gordon was arrested at the scene, according to police

BEN GORDON, AN EX-NBA PLAYER, WAS JAILED AFTER HITTING MCDONALD’S SECURITY GUARD IN THE FACE

Also read: NBA News: Kyrie Irving’s Anti-semitic Tweet Is Addressed by Charles Barkley

Gordon was accused last month in New York of assault, resisting arrest, contempt, and endangering his young son at LaGuardia Airport.

Witnesses, including an American Airlines employee, observed Gordon yell at his kid and punch him multiple times in the face after the boy dropped a book on the ground, according to the Queens district attorney’s office.

Gordon later told cops that it was his son. Gordon is also accused of assaulting cops while they were attempting to handcuff him and place him in a patrol car.

Gordon’s attorney, Joshua Kirshner, stated that the son is 10 or 11 years old.

On October 10, he was arrested at LaGuardia Airport after six witnesses alleged he repeatedly punched his son Elijah in the face after he dropped a book.

The former Chicago Bulls player was detained when an American Airlines employee witnessed the alleged assault on his kid, whom he shares with ex-fiancée Sascha Smith, 32.

Gordon appeared in court on October 14 for a brief hearing related to the assault.

He was on his way to Chicago with his kid when the woman spotted him striking and yelling at the boy at around 8.54 p.m., with Gordon reportedly resisting arrest.

 Gordon’s hearing  postponed until December

According to a police complaint, the former shooting guard slapped Elijah with a ‘closed fist, slapping the victim in the face.’

Gordon appeared in court on October 14 for a brief hearing about the assault, which was postponed until December.

Gordon, who attended the University of Connecticut, was drafted by the Chicago Bulls in 2004 and spent 11 seasons in the NBA with Chicago, Detroit, Charlotte, and Orlando, most recently with the Magic in the 2014-15 season.

His finest season for the Bulls was 2006-07 when he averaged 21.4 points and 3.6 assists.

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According to authorities, former NBA guard Ben Gordon was detained after punching a Chicago McDonald’s security guard in the face.

Gordon, 39, was charged on Saturday with misdemeanor battery inflicting bodily harm and battery establishing physical contact, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Gordon, who played for four NBA teams, was detained at 3:30 a.m. Friday after police responded to a report of a disturbance by a man being escorted from a McDonald’s.

A man, 29, was punched in the face and thrown to the ground. A man in his twenties was assaulted and thrown to the ground. Both males declined medical attention.

Gordon was arrested at the scene, according to police

BEN GORDON, AN EX-NBA PLAYER, WAS JAILED AFTER HITTING MCDONALD’S SECURITY GUARD IN THE FACE

Also read: NBA News: Kyrie Irving’s Anti-semitic Tweet Is Addressed by Charles Barkley

Gordon was accused last month in New York of assault, resisting arrest, contempt, and endangering his young son at LaGuardia Airport.

Witnesses, including an American Airlines employee, observed Gordon yell at his kid and punch him multiple times in the face after the boy dropped a book on the ground, according to the Queens district attorney’s office.

Gordon later told cops that it was his son. Gordon is also accused of assaulting cops while they were attempting to handcuff him and place him in a patrol car.

Gordon’s attorney, Joshua Kirshner, stated that the son is 10 or 11 years old.

On October 10, he was arrested at LaGuardia Airport after six witnesses alleged he repeatedly punched his son Elijah in the face after he dropped a book.

The former Chicago Bulls player was detained when an American Airlines employee witnessed the alleged assault on his kid, whom he shares with ex-fiancée Sascha Smith, 32.

Gordon appeared in court on October 14 for a brief hearing related to the assault.

He was on his way to Chicago with his kid when the woman spotted him striking and yelling at the boy at around 8.54 p.m., with Gordon reportedly resisting arrest.

 Gordon’s hearing  postponed until December

According to a police complaint, the former shooting guard slapped Elijah with a ‘closed fist, slapping the victim in the face.’

Gordon appeared in court on October 14 for a brief hearing about the assault, which was postponed until December.

Gordon, who attended the University of Connecticut, was drafted by the Chicago Bulls in 2004 and spent 11 seasons in the NBA with Chicago, Detroit, Charlotte, and Orlando, most recently with the Magic in the 2014-15 season.

His finest season for the Bulls was 2006-07 when he averaged 21.4 points and 3.6 assists.

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