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Charlotte Hornets’ player charged with domestic assault

Basketball player for Charlotte Hornets Jeffery Matthew Taylor was recently charged with domestic assault in Michigan, wcnc.com reported on September 26.

According to reports, the 25-year-old Hornets’ forward was arrested in East Lansing at around 1:00 a.m. of September 25 after physically engaging with a girl he was dating. Taylor is also facing one count of deliberately damaging property. The prosecutor stated that other details of the incident will not yet be provided by police due to an ongoing investigation. A statement from the Hornets confirmed his arrest and said that he is temporarily barred from joining team-related activities while the league is examining the incident. Taylor is expected to appear in court this month.

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