Ex-NBA Player Shannon Brown Arrested For Firing Rifle At 2 People Entering His ‘For Sale’ Home

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On May 2nd, Shannon Brown was arrested and charged with aggravated assault after allegedly firing a rifle in the direction of two people who said they entered his home that was listed for sale, with the gate and front door open.

According to the report from sideline sources, the couple saw a “for sale” sign on the property and proceeded to enter his home. Brown allegedly met the couple by firing five or six rounds as they were leaving.

“Tyrone Police Department spokesman, Philip Nelson, said the couple contacted the police at 9:45 P.M. When Brown was questioned about the shooting, he said he thought they were breaking into the property. The couple alleged that the front gate and the front door was open at the ‘for sale’ house. They also apparently heard someone say “come in” after they identified themselves at the property. Officers found one shell casing at the scene in question.”

The Cavaliers drafted Brown back in 2006, but he made his mark as a member of the Lakers, winning two Championships. He last played in the NBA in 2014, amassing a net worth of around $8 million throughout his career.

He has recently been playing in the BIG3.