A former Atlanta Dream player turned herself in to Fulton County police after she was accused of shooting into her ex-girlfriend's car and smashing it with a bat.
Chamique Holdsclaw was charged with two counts of aggravated assault, criminal damage to property first degree, criminal damage to property second degree, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.
According to the police report, Holdsclaw's ex-girlfriend and current Atlanta Dream player, Jennifer Lacy, said Holdsclaw came to the church where she was working out to get the keys to her SUV, asking to put some items inside the vehicle.
Lacy then told police, after leaving the church, she noticed the smell of gasoline in her car and that Holdsclaw was following her.
Lacy told police once she arrived to meet a friend and got out of her SUV, Holdsclaw got out of her vehicle with a baseball bat and beat out the windows of Lacy's SUV. Lacy also said Holdsclaw shot a gun inside the door of her car.
Holdsclaw was released on $100,000 bond, but will have to wear an ankle monitor.
She is also to have no contact with Lacy.
Police took pictures of the damaged vehicle and recovered a 9 mm shell casing, which has been sent over to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. No one was hurt during the incident.
Holdsclaw's next court date has been set for Nov. 30.
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