Domestic Violence Charge Against Eric Bledsoe Dropped By L.A County District Court
According to an L.A. County District Attorney, the misdemeanor domestic violence charge against former NBA player Eric Bledsoe has been dropped. The court reportedly ruled that the case had “insufficient evidence” against the 32-year-old. Bledsoe was arrested late Wednesday night in Lost Hills, California after police received a domestic call from the player’s girlfriend.
The player was later investigated after a police investigation, and charged with misdemeanor domestic violence. Bledsoe was later released on bond after being booked and processed at the Lost Hills Sheriff’s police station. The couple is believed to have made amends with each other. TMZ reports that the girlfriend, believed to be named Briona Mae on Instagram, was found commenting “My baby” on Bledsoe’s most recent social media post.
The alleged victim was said to have deleted her social media post that accused Bledsoe of being a monster. In the alleged Instagram photo, she stated that the domestic incident with Bledsoe was not the only time it’s happened. Bledsoe signed to play with the Shanghai Sharks, a minor league team that’s part of the Continental Basketball Association (CBA).
“NO RELATIONSHIP LIKE THIS IS EVER WORTH STAYING IN,” the victim said in all caps on Instagram. “Domestic violence is real! This wasn’t the first time but I sat here and stayed so it’s my fault!!”
TMZ has more HERE.