The mother of Miles Bridges’ two children recently posted a number of ominous pictures of the wounds she claims to have received at the hands of the NBA forward, including fractures to her nose and wrist as well as a serious concussion, among other wounds.
“I hate that it has come to this but I can’t be silent anymore,” Mychelle Johnson said in an Instagram post on Thursday. “I’ve allowed someone to destroy my home, abuse me in every way possible and traumatize our kids for life.”
Who is Miles Bridges?
Miles Emmanuel Bridges Sr., an American professional basketball player, was most recently with the Charlotte Hornets of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He was born on March 21, 1998. (NBA). He represented the Michigan State Spartans in collegiate basketball.
He is from Flint, Michigan, and played high school sports for Flint Southwestern Academy during his freshman year before transferring to Huntington Prep School for his sophomore, junior, and senior years. Bridges was chosen by the Los Angeles Clippers with the 12th overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft, however on draft night, he was traded to the Charlotte Hornets.
Miles Bridges was born on March 21, 1998, to Cynthia and Raymond Bridges in Flint, Michigan.
When he was two years old, his father Raymond, a two-time basketball state champion at Flint Northern High School, started teaching him the sport.
Miles claims that Tara Rushing, his sister, played a significant role in his upbringing.
Bridges attended Woodland Park Academy in Grand Blanc, Michigan, for middle school.
At the age of 12, he worked out at the neighborhood YMCA with Keith Gray, his high school coach, and future teammates.
Miles Bridges wife, Meet Mychelle Johnson
Miles Bridges’ wife is Mychelle Johnson. She is a beauty and fashion model.
Rising NBA player Miles Bridges was detained by the Los Angeles Police on Wednesday afternoon for felony domestic assault. On the eve of free agency, where he was anticipated to command a $100 million+ deal following a career season in which he led his club in scoring, the 24-year-old Charlotte Hornets forward found himself in jail. He was granted a bond and is scheduled to show up in court on July 20.
The Charlotte Hornets responded on Thursday with the following statement: “The Charlotte Hornets are aware of the situation involving Miles Bridges. We are in the process of gathering additional information. We will have no further comment at this time.”
Mychelle Johnson, Bridges’ wife and the mother of their two children, clarified the alleged actions of the NBA players late Thursday night by posting a series of images to Instagram that she claims show the bruises Bridges is responsible for, along with what appears to be a hospital report that contains gruesome information: “Adult victim of physical abuse by male partner; Assault by strangulation; Brain concussion; Closed fracture of nasal bone; Contusion of rib; Multiple bruises; Strain of neck muscle.”