Bryn Forbes, a free agent for the NBA, was detained on Wednesday after accusations that she had attacked her girlfriend Elsa Jean.
Prior to being released last week, Forbes played for the Minnesota Timberwolves. Throughout his career, he also appeared for the San Antonio Spurs, Milwaukee Bucks, and Denver Nuggets.
In the meantime, Jean, a former adult actor, left the business in 2021. At age 18, she began her career in 2015. She is currently one of the top 1% of creators for the OnlyFans online content subscription service.
According to Business Insider, she started minting and selling NFTs in November 2022. The Daily Mail claims that Forbes and Jean have been dating for a while.
Also, the couple has been residing together at Forbes’ San Antonio house. With his ex-girlfriend Raelynn Taylor, Forbes has two kids.
Bryn Forbes was detained and charged with assault and family violence, all of which are misdemeanors, according to The Daily Mail.
Before it got physical, Forbes and Elsa Jean were having a disagreement. Before the event, the couple was staying at the La Cantera Resort and Spa.
Forbes allegedly slapped Jean multiple times during the fight, which apparently took place on their way home.
Forbes was taken into custody early on Wednesday after Jean’s acquaintance made a police contact. His bail was set at $2,500 after he was taken to the Bexar County Prison and booked.
In the couple’s home, the San Antonio Fire Department and Emergency Medical Services also showed up to tend to Jean. The event has apparently left the former adult star “devastated,” and she intends to leave Forbes.
Jordyn Woods, Kylie Jenner’s (Updated Career) former best friend and the girlfriend of Karl-Anthony Towns, set up the two. For the first six months of the current season, Towns and Forbes were teammates.
Bryn Forbes Career Review
Bryn Forbes represented Cleveland State and Michigan State in collegiate basketball. In 2016, he was not selected in the draft, but the San Antonio Spurs still signed him.
He alternated between playing for the Spurs and their G League club, the Austin Spurs, during his rookie season. Over the course of his next three seasons, Forbes developed into a Spurs rotational player.
In 2020, he inked a contract with the Milwaukee Bucks after becoming a free agent. The next year, he won his first NBA title while playing for the Bucks as a rotational player and starting ten games during the regular season.
The native of Michigan joined the Spurs once more last year after signing a free-agent contract. Midway through the season, he was dealt to the Denver Nuggets.
Last summer, he was a free agent once more before agreeing to a one-year contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Forbes averages 8.8 points, 1.7 rebounds, and 1.2 assists per game. Depending on the outcome of his lawsuit, his NBA future may be in peril.
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