News Break: Former WNBA Player Accused of Shooting Into Ex-Girlfriend’s Car Window

wnba News Break: Former WNBA Player Accused of Shooting Into Ex Girlfriends Car Window

Cuffing season hasn’t been equally kind to everybody. A judge has set bond at $100,000 for ex-WNBA star and Olympic gold medalist Chamique Holdsclaw for a confrontation earlier this week with former girlfriend Tulsa Shock player Jennifer Lacy that ended in gunfire. Holdsclaw was ordered to wear a monitoring device and have no contact with Lacy. That’s some angry pussy. 

Yahoo Sports An incident report obtained by Channel 2 Action News, a local Atlanta television station, indicated that Lacy told police she was working out when Holdsclaw approached her and said she wanted to put some items in Lacy’s Range Rover.

Afterward, Lacy noticed Holdsclaw following her, and drove to a friend’s house. Holdsclaw then got out of her car with a baseball bat and began smashing windows in Lacy’s car. She then took out a handgun, fired at the SUV, and took off. Police unsurprisingly issued the warrant.

ch2 News Break: Former WNBA Player Accused of Shooting Into Ex Girlfriends Car Window

ch1 News Break: Former WNBA Player Accused of Shooting Into Ex Girlfriends Car Window

mug1 News Break: Former WNBA Player Accused of Shooting Into Ex Girlfriends Car WindowIt’s a tough fall for Holdsclaw, who was a college basketball legend in the late 1990s. She led Tennessee to three national championships and was the No. 1 pick in the 1999 WNBA draft. She played 12 seasons in the WNBA, won an Olympic gold medal in 2000, and still holds the SEC scoring record. Lacy currently plays for the Tulsa Shock; both women played for the Dream in 2009.

“I want to thank my family, friends, fans and Shock family for their concern during this difficult time,” Lacy said in a statement issued by the Shock. “I have never felt more love from my fans in supporting me.”