Miles Bridges was granted a restraining order against his ex-girlfriend, and it’s a good thing it happened.
Earlier this year, Miles Bridges turned himself in to the police after being accused of domestic violence by his ex-girlfriend. Mychelle Johnson accused the former Hornets star of beating her in front of their children. This eventually led to three charges of domestic violence. Last week, Bridges was hit with three years of probation has he pleaded no contest to one count of DV.
Bridges claims on three separate occasions since his arrest, Mychelle Johnson turned up to his home or places he’s stayed and harassed him. The first incident allegedly happened on Oct. 12th when Johnson unexpectedly tried to gain entry.
When that didn’t happen, she stole his dog.
We know this because video has since been released of the incident.
In the court documents obtained by TMZ, Bridges claimed Johnson “kept yelling outside the door demanding me to open it while the kids were calling out to me to let them in.” Bridges can be heard in the video telling her to stop.
Johnson then stole Bridges’ dog and left with the children.
Another altercation happened on October 31st, with Johnson following him home in the early hours of the morning. The last incident took place on November 5th. Bridges says he had to call the police, as Johnson would not leave his Air BnB.
Now, Johnson cannot come near the basketball star. Additionally, there will be a hearing in regards to the RO, and it will take place on November 30th.
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