Chamique Holdsclaw, former WNBA player and Olympic gold medal winner, will serve probation, take anger management classes, pay a fine, and perform public service. Chamique Holdsclaw pleaded guilty yesterday.
Former professional women's basketball player and Olympic gold medal winner Chamique Holdsclaw will have to take anger management classes after pleading guilty to charges that she shot into a player's car and smashed the windows with a baseball bat, prosecutors said on Saturday.
Holdsclaw, 35, pleaded guilty on Friday to aggravated assault, criminal damage, and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, prosecutors said. She will be on probation for the next three years.
The charges stem from a Nov. 13 incident involving Holdsclaw and Jennifer Lacy, a player for the Tulsa Shock Women's National Basketball Association team.
Lacy, who said Holdsclaw was her former girlfriend, was driving on a busy Atlanta street when she spotted Holdsclaw in a car behind her, the Fulton County District Attorney's Office said.