During the second week of April, former NBA star Glen Davis was named a person of interest in an assault case that occurred in Los Angeles.
He allegedly nearly hit a man in a parking lot of a West Hollywood nightclub, per TMZ Sports. Then witnesses say he got out of his vehicle to engage physically with the man, throwing him to the ground.
Now police have reportedly named Davis as an official suspect, and his alleged attack caused injuries that hospitalized the victim.
“Sources say the victim was hospitalized with multiple broken bones and a broken tooth and he was on a ventilator for a day,” TMZ reported.
Per the report, police are set to present this case to the District Attorney and are looking for felony charges to be filed.
Davis last played in the NBA back in 2015 for the Los Angeles Clippers. He also was recently arrested on drug charges, earlier this year.