Some updates have been given on Miles Bridges’ court date for domestic violence charges. Bridges remains a restricted free agent for the Charlotte Hornets.
Miles Bridges, who has been accused of assaulting his girlfriend in front of their two children and pleaded not guilty to these charges in July
Bridges, 24, was originally scheduled for a preliminary hearing on August 19 and then had this rescheduled to September 7 before it was rescheduled a third time recently to the end of September.
The three felony chargers Bridges pleaded not guilty to include one felony count of injuring a child's parent and two felony counts of child abuse under circumstances or conditions likely to cause great bodily injury or death.
As The Charlotte Observer notes, if convicted of all three charges, Miles Bridges could face up to almost 12 years in prison. Originally arrested on Jun. 29 in Los Angeles, Bridges was released on $130,000 bond.
Both the Charlotte Hornets and the NBA have released statements regarding Miles Bridges and the chargers he faces, simply stating that they are monitoring this situation.