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Josh Hamilton Indicted - Felony Child Abuse

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Josh Hamilton was indicted for essentially beating up one of his daughters last year.

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"Hamilton started cursing and yelling after he became upset about something she said and then threw a full water bottle at her, hitting her in the chest. Then he yanked a chair from beneath her feet and threw it at her before he pulled her to the ground, the affidavit says.

"Hamilton then slung the girl over his shoulder and took her to her bedroom as she yelled that she was sorry, the affidavit says. She said he tossed her onto the bed, pinned down her head with one hand and started hitting her legs with his other hand.

"He later picked her up by her sweatshirt, ripping it, and hit her on her back, she said."

 

2-10 years if convicted.  His wife had already filed a protective order against him, and not for the first time.

https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2885735-ex-rangers-star-josh-hamilton-indicted-on-felony-charge-of-injury-to-a-child?utm_source=cnn.com&utm_campaign=editorial&utm_medium=referral

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2 hours ago, 24fps said:

Josh Hamilton was arrested for essentially beating up one of his daughters

2-10 years if convicted.  His wife had already filed a protective order against him, and not for the first time.

https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2885735-ex-rangers-star-josh-hamilton-indicted-on-felony-charge-of-injury-to-a-child?utm_source=cnn.com&utm_campaign=editorial&utm_medium=referral

I thought this looked familiar.  This happened back in September.

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33 minutes ago, MongoBoy said:

I thought this looked familiar.  This happened back in September.

Right.  Indictment came down on Monday.  The wheels of justice grind slowly...

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Hear me out.  I watch tv through Hulu.  It recommended a show called Marrying Millions.  Yes, it is on Lifetime.  It’s about rich people dating poor people.  Well, this lady was dating her daughter’s friend.  It was Hamilton’s ex-wife.  She said her net worth is $10M, which is wild considering Hamilton signed a $75M deal.  
 

It’s a train wreck.

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