Cleveland basketball player Rajon Rondo is accused of attacking his ex-wife Ashley Bachelor and threatening her with a gun in the presence of children. The media reports the famous player broke things around the house during the quarrel, and then took out a gun and started threatening.
The ex-wife reported the basketball player and asked for emergency protection, and the judge ordered that Rondo should not approach her closer than 150 meters, as well as that he must hand over the weapon to the court in Kentucky.
The incident occurred when Ashley asked her son to do his laundry while playing video games with his father. Rondo started yelling at her and throwing things around the house. The terrified children testified that he threatened their mother with the words: "You're dead"
Rondo left the house and came back with a gun
The woman tried to calm him down, but he cursed and told her: "Bring me, my son" Fearing for her and the child's life, she brought him. She opened the door and Rondo stood with a gun in his hand.
He yelled at him and asked him why he was afraid of him. He did the same when their daughter appeared. The basketball player left only when his ex-wife's parents came. She also accused him of insulting children in the worst possible ways, and the whole case is already in the process after the police were informed about the events.
Fortunately, Ashley says that Rajon's mom and dad arrived at the house then ... and although they did not have much success in calming down Rajon, she claims that he eventually left the scene. But now Bachelor says she is afraid for the safety of herself and her children, writing the following in an emergency protection order: “I am extremely fearful for my safety and for the safety of my children.
Rajon has a history of volatile, erratic, explosive behavior. He is verbally, emotionally, and financially abusive. He physically hits our son and calls him names like ‘p***y’ and accuses him of acting like a ‘b***h.'
” Rondo played for Boston, Dallas, Sacramento, Chicago, New Orleans, the Lakers, Atlanta, and the Clippers, and in January 2022 he was traded from the Lakers to Cleveland. He won the title of champion in 2008 and 2020.