Los Angeles Lakers forward, Jordan Hill, has been charged with felony assault, stemming from an incident in Texas earlier this year.
According to ESPN, the 24-year-old NBA player allegedly choked a family member back in late February during an altercation in Texas.
The charge was recently filed by the Harris County District Attorney in Houston. However details about the assault — including who was involved — were unknown at press time.
If convicted, Hill could face up to 10 years in prison, and a $10,000 fine.
His camp has yet to comment on the situation.
Hill was traded to the Lakers in mid-March, as part of the trade that sent Derek Fisher to Houston.
As word of the charge spread, two messages were posted on Hill’s Twitter account Monday (April 30) (@JordanChill43): “Wowwwww,” and “Unbelievable!!!!!!!!”