Emergency Protective Order Filed Against Rajon Rondo Is Dropped

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David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

According to an ESPN report, an Emergency Protective Order filed against NBA veteran point guard Rajon Rondo has been dropped.

ESPN’s Baxter Holmes, who obtained documents, say The Protective Order was filed on May 13 and was dismissed last Thursday after both parties came to an agreement.

Ashley Bachelor, the mother of Rondo’s children, sought the protection order after Rondo threatened her with a pistol on May 11th. Bachelor allegedly asked her son to complete sorting his clothes while playing games with Rondo, which sparked the incident.

Rondo then reportedly became agitated and ripped the video game system from the wall, causing damage to other objects inside the house as well. After allegedly leaving the home, Rondo then returned and reportedly threatened Bachelor with the gun.

The 36 year-old NBA veteran is a free agent this off-season.