Former UConn Guard Ben Gordon Arrested Again, Charged With Robbery

Former UConn Guard Ben Gordon Arrested Again, Charged With Robbery

According to TMZ Sports, Gordon was arrested at a Los Angeles apartment complex yesterday after a dispute regarding a security deposit that he felt he was owed.

According to the report, Gordon attempted to get his security deposit back, but the apartment manager claimed he didn't have access to the money.

Gordon, 34, allegedly roughed up the man and left with thousands of dollars in cash, according to the report. Police summoned by the woman found Gordon locked in the bathroom of the store.

Gordon was released on $50,000 bond. The arrest comes a week after Gordon was charged for using a forged license plate in NY.

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Gordon, 34, was arrested on November 20 in Manhattan after he was pulled over driving a auto with a forged license plate. Gordon later returned to retrieve the rest of the deposit, but police were there and quickly arrested him and charged him with felony robbery, TMZ reports.

In late October, he was ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation after an incident with a woman in a store he owns in Mount Vernon, New York.

The former UCONN Huskies star made $84 million during his 11-year National Basketball Association career, which included stops in Chicago, Detroit, Charlotte and Orlando. He went on to have stints with the Pistons, Bobcats and Magic throughout his 11-year career before playing his last National Basketball Association game in 2015.

LAPD public information officer Irma Mota said police officers arrived at 9:10 a.m. Saturday at a downtown Los Angeles apartment complex, where Gordon had been renting two apartments.

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