Amar'e Stoudemire breathes a sigh of relief.
The former Maccabi Tel Aviv and Hapoel Jerusalem player, who was arrested about two months ago in Miami after allegedly beating his daughter, will not be prosecuted on charges of domestic violence, the US attorney's office clarified tonight (between Thursday and Friday).
As you may remember, the American was arrested after he was accused of hitting his daughter in the jaw several times, after he allegedly "got insolent", and blood stains were visible in her mouth.
Stoudamire was accused of assault, and according to the publications, he told the officers who arrested him that she "behaved disrespectfully and lied to him".
As mentioned, Stoudemire, who was released from custody after paying bail and also denied the allegations, will not be prosecuted after "the victim did not cooperate in the prosecution".
In a post he published tonight, the former Brooklyn Nets assistant coach wrote.
— Amar'e Stoudemire MBA (@Amareisreal) February 1, 2023
"More than a month ago my whole family's world was turned upside down due to the charges against me," the former player wrote, "Now I am grateful for the fact that after a full investigation, all the charges against me were dropped. My faith in the goodness that exists in all of us has never wavered and has never been greater. Now this chapter is closed and I am looking forward to future big legs together with my beloved family."
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