Kyle Lowry Charged with One Count of Misdemeanor Battery, For Throwing Basketballs

According to Fox 26 in Houston: Houston Rockets guard Kyle Lowry has been charged with one count of misdemeanor battery by the Clark County District Attorney’s office in Las Vegas, Nevada.  If convicted, Lowry could face up to six months in the Clark County Detention Center and/or a fine of not more than $1,000.  A district attorney spokesperson in Houston confirmed the story.

According to the charges, the allegations stem from a basketball game Lowry was playing in between NBA players on Sept. 22, 2011 in Las Vegas.

The female victim, Infini Robinson, was one of the referees in the game.

The declaration of warrant/summons said, “At the end of the game, Lowry approached the victim and threw a basketball at her striking her in her torso. The victim picked up the basketball and tossed it back at Lowry. Lowry became upset and stated, ‘B****, meet me outside. I will kick you’re a**’.”

The warrant goes on to allege that after Lowry walked away, Robinson went to the designated area for officials to change shoes and clothing, and she was hit with a basketball at a high rate of speed.

via My FOX Houston

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