Amare Studdmeier, former rookie of the NBA, was shocked when he was arrested for assaulting his daughter.
ESPN reported on the 19th (Korean time), “Stud Meier has been released on $1,500 bail with a no contact order after being arrested for punching one of his teenage daughters in the face.”
According to reports, Stoudemire allegedly hit one of his two daughters during an argument at his home in Miami on the 18th.
“His daughter was scolded by her grandmother for being rude,” Studd Meier said in a police statement. According to the police report, it was confirmed that Studdmeier’s daughter had been punched in the jaw and was bleeding.
But Studd Meier denied the allegations of assault, saying in a statement: “I cannot imagine myself assaulting anyone, especially my children.”
He continued, “I respect, protect and love my family, especially my children. As a father, please do your best to protect our space and privacy.”
Meanwhile, Studd Meier, who made his debut with the Phoenix Suns in 2002, had a brilliant debut season by winning the 2003 NBA Rookie of the Year award.스포츠토토
After playing for the New York Knicks, Dallas Mavericks, and Miami Heat, he retired in 2017 and was selected to six All-Star teams in his career, averaging 18.9 points and 7.8 rebounds per game.