Former NBA Player Javaris Crittenton Was Indicted on Murder Charges Today

Former NBA Player Javaris Crittenton Was Indicted on Murder Charges Today

Five years ago, Javaris Crittenton looked like he had a pretty bright NBA future ahead of him. Today, he's just hoping that he won't have to spend the rest of his life in jail.

Crittenton—who is best known as the guy who was suspended, along with Gilbert Arenas, for bringing a gun into the Wizards locker room in 2010—was indicted on murder charges today. He stands accused of murdering a 22-year-old mother of four named Julian Jones back in 2011 after she was spotted walking with a man who had allegedly robbed Crittenton. He is currently out on bond. But, he has been asked to turn himself in and will have to go to trial on murder charges.

What a sad way to officially end your career.

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[via SB Nation]

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