REPORT: Glen Davis Named As Suspect In Felony Assault Case
Since last appearing in the NBA, Glen Davis has made quite the name for himself, but for all the wrong reasons. The former NBA player is a primary suspect in an ongoing assault case, sources told TMZ Sports.
“We’re told cops believe Davis got into a physical altercation with a man outside of a West Hollywood nightclub on April 8 — and ultimately slammed the man down on the concrete. Davis allegedly fled the scene before cops arrived.
Sources say the victim was hospitalized with multiple broken bones and a broken tooth and he was on a ventilator for a day.
Davis was previously a “person of interest” in the attack but now we’re told investigators have spoken with several witnesses who identified Davis as the aggressor.
We’re told cops will present the case to the District Attorney in the hopes of getting felony charges filed against Davis. “
It was just last month when reports stated Davis was arrested inside a Hampton Inn and he was accused of selling drugs out of the hotel after the owner smelled marijuana and called the police.
Davis made upwards of $35 million during his career and he last played in the NBA as a member of the Los Angeles Clippers in the 2014-2015 season. He played a small role on the team, only averaging four points and 2.3 rebounds in 12.2 minutes per game.