The harassment charges against Los Angeles Lakers center DeMarcus Cousins have been dropped. Cousins’ attorney, Moshae Donald, told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski the third-degree harassment charge against his client was dropped and the case was dismissed.
Third-degree harassment charges against Lakers center DeMarcus Cousins have been dropped, his attorney Moshae Donald tells ESPN. The case, filed in a Mobile, Alabama court, has been dismissed.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) November 22, 2019
Per ESPN’s Bobby Marks, Cousins is still subject to a potential fine and/or suspension under the NBA’s domestic violence policy and the league’s investigation can continue.
Recently DeMarcus Cousins’ wasn’t ruled out of returning this season to the Lakers.
Frank Vogel won't rule out the possibility of DeMarcus Cousins returning at some point this season. Vogel said the Lakers aren't "closing the door" on Cousins perhaps being able to return for the playoffs. https://t.co/FBY8AQSnmL
— Ohm Youngmisuk (@NotoriousOHM) October 27, 2019