Former WNBA Star Faces 65 Years in Prison for Attack On Ex-girlfriend

Chamique Holdsclaw indicted

On Wednesday a Fulton County grand jury indicted former WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw on 6 charges including aggravated assault for the November attack on her ex-girlfriend, Jennifer Lacy. Holdsclaw faces 65 years in prison if she is found guilty on all the charges.

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Chamique Holdsclaw is off the market

Chamique Holdsclaw Rita K Davis

Former WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw has apparently found love again, nearly 2 months after her arrest for assaulting an ex-girlfriend. Chamique’s friend is local journo Rita K. Davis, who blogs for CocoaFab.com.

Holdsclaw, 35, was arrested in November and charged with shooting up a Range Rover being driven by her ex-girlfriend, WNBA star Jennifer Lacy, 29.

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Another WNBA player jailed for assaulting her wife

Deanna Nolan and Dorothea Sanchez-Nolan

Last week the news broke about the arrest of former WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw who took a bat to her ex-girlfriend’s car and fired a handgun into it.

Holdsclaw isn’t the only WNBA player to be arrested for assaulting or threatening her lesbian lover.

Professional basketball player Deanna “Tweety” Nolan, 33, was arrested earlier this year for beating the air out of her wife and mother of her 2 children.

Very little, if any, news coverage was given to the Deanna/Dorothea fisticuffs.

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Former WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw arrested

Chamique Holdsclaw and Jennifer Lacy

UPDATED: Former WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw turned herself into the Fulton County police Thursday after a warrant was issued for her arrest.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that Holdsclaw, 35, was booked into the Fulton County jail shortly after 9 p.m. She’s being held on $10,000 bond.

An arrest warrant was issued for the former WNBA star for assaulting her ex-girlfriend, WNBA star Jennifer Lacy, 29, (right) on Nov. 13.

Holdsclaw, a mental health advocate, is charged with aggravated assault, criminal damage to property and reckless conduct, according to police.

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