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Lakers Jordan Hill Charged With 3rd Degree Felony Assault

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Lakers Jordan Hill Charged With 3rd Degree Felony Assault

Lakers forward Jordan Hill is currently facing some serious legal troubles.

Hill is charged with allegedly shoving and choking 28-year-old Darlene Luna, about 1 p.m. on Feb. 29 at his Houston apartment. Luna told police that the two had been dating for about two years. He was charged by Harris County prosecutors in March.

Hill will have to make an appearance in Houston to face the charge — third-degree felony for assault on a family member by choking — the Houston district attorney’s office said.

The district attorney’s office said that Hill faces a sentence of two to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. After paperwork is complete, a warrant for his arrest will be issued. Source

SMH…when will these athletes learn?