Memphis Grizzlies guard Ja Morant, 24, has been found guilty of erratic behavior, including assaulting a teenage boy and threatening a security guard.
The ‘Washington Post’ revealed the dark side of Morant on the 2nd (Korean time).
According to a police report obtained by the media, Morant assaulted a teenage boy “with fists 12 to 13 times” during a pick-up game event held at his home last summer.
As if this wasn’t enough, he entered the house and came out again, threatening the boy by showing him a gun strapped to his waist. 바카라
While questioning the police, Morant admitted to hitting the boy first, but stated that the boy threw a basketball at his head and punched him in self-defense.
The Shelby County District Attorney’s Office, which investigated the case, did not prosecute Morant, citing “insufficient evidence.”
Previously, this case was known to the world when ‘TMZ Sports’ reported that the victim boy sued Morant in early January. The Washington Post obtained a police report on the incident and disclosed Morant’s violent behavior.
In the complaint at the time, the boy claimed that the ball hit him in the head was an accident, while Morant refuted in a court statement that he and his family were terrified by threats such as ‘burning down the house’.
The Washington Post reported that Morant was caught up in another incident as well. A few days before this incident, he was investigated by the police after threatening a security guard at a mall in Memphis.
The security guard said in a police statement at the time that he was threatened by Morant in a shopping mall parking lot and that people accompanying him shoved his head.
Morant had another problem. According to what ‘The Athletic’ reported in early February, when the Indiana Pacers came to Memphis at the end of January, it was revealed that someone in his vehicle aimed a red laser at the Indiana team, and was investigated by the Secretariat.
Morant later explained on Twitter that one of his friends had been suspended for a year from a Memphis home game. He was not punished.
The two-time All-Star is averaging 27.2 points, 6.0 rebounds and 8.2 assists in 51 games this season.