Former Boston Celtics guard Jabari Bird is awaiting sentencing after making a plea in a case accusing him of assaulting his ex-girlfriend. The 24-year-old Bird was released on bail after the hearing Monday pending sentencing May 28.
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Boston Celtics guard Jabari Bird faces new charges in connection with his domestic violence case. According to court documents, the 24-year-old pleaded not guilty to charges of witness intimidation and a threat to commit a crime at his arraignment in Brighton Municipal Court today. These charges stem from the original arrest, and are not new allegations. Bird was released on his previously posted $50,000 bail. He already faces assault, strangulation, and kidnapping for the September incident in which he is accused of strangling his girlfriend more than a dozen times in his home. The unnamed victim escaped when Bird began to suffer “seizure-like symptoms.”
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