Domestic violence case against Cavs guard Rajon Rondo is DROPPED in Kentucky


Domestic violence case against Cavs guard Rajon Rondo is DROPPED in Kentucky after ‘he reached agreement with his ex-girlfriend following claims he brandished gun and threatened her life during argument over their son’

  • An emergency protection order filed against Cavs guard Rajon Rondo has been dropped and the domestic violence case against him has been dismissed
  • Rondo allegedly brandished a gun during an argument with his ex-partner, who says he also threatened to kill her during the argument over their son
  • The woman has been identified as Rondo’s ex, 36-year-old Ashley Bachelor 
  • The two sides have reached a deal, but details have not been released publicly 

An emergency protection order filed against Cleveland Cavaliers guard Rajon Rondo in his native Louisville by the mother of his children has been dropped and the domestic violence case against him has been dismissed, DailyMail.com has confirmed.

Ashley Bachelor, Rondo’s ex-partner and mother of his children, filed the emergency protection order against the NBA star last month after he allegedly brandished a gun during an argument over their son.

Now it has been revealed that a Kentucky judge dismissed the petition on June 16, and court documents show that Rondo and his accuser have ‘reached an agreement’ in the matter, although no details of the deal were included in the case history provided to DailyMail.com by Jefferson County (Kentucky) court clerks. 

Rajon Rondo appears with Ashley Bachelor in 2012, when he was with the Boston Celtics

Rajon Rondo appears with Ashley Bachelor in 2012, when he was with the Boston Celtics

Bachelor, 36, alleges Rondo ‘became enraged’ last month, prompting her to file for the EPO in Jefferson County Family Court. She says in the EPO that Rondo was playing video games with their son when she asked the child to finish separating his laundry so she could wash the family’s clothes.

When the child got up to do so, Rondo ripped the video game console out of the wall, went downstairs, smashed a teacup plate, knocked over several water bottles and began yelling and cursing, she claimed. According to the EPO, Rondo then went outside and knocked over the trash cans, stomped on the landscaping lights and drove his car onto the lawn.

Bachelor then confronted Rondo, the EPO continued, to which he allegedly said: ‘You’re dead.’

After briefly leaving the house, Rondo came back and beat on a window with a gun. Bachelor said in the EPO that the player was yelling at the kids, asking them why they were scared of him while he had a gun in his hand.

Cleveland Cavaliers' Rajon Rondo (1) plays against the San Antonio Spurs in February

Cleveland Cavaliers’ Rajon Rondo (1) plays against the San Antonio Spurs in February

Now it has been revealed that a Kentucky judge dismissed the petition on June 16, and court documents show that Rondo and his accuser have 'reached an agreement' in the matter, although no details of the deal were included in the case history provided to DailyMail.com by Jefferson County (Kentucky) court clerks

Now it has been revealed that a Kentucky judge dismissed the petition on June 16, and court documents show that Rondo and his accuser have ‘reached an agreement’ in the matter, although no details of the deal were included in the case history provided to DailyMail.com by Jefferson County (Kentucky) court clerks

Bachelor called former interim Louisville Metro Police chief Yvette Gentry, who eventually arrived at the house. However, the woman said Rondo wouldn’t allow Gentry inside. Bachelor said she locked herself in the house with the kids, and Gentry eventually told her Rondo had left and she had his gun.

Two days after the alleged incident occurred, a judge granted Bachelor the protective order. The judge ordered Rondo not to communicate and to stay at least 500 feet away from her.

In her EPO, Bachelor said she feared for her children’s safety and her own, adding that Rondo had been verbally abusive to their daughter and both physically and verbally abusive to their son.

‘I am extremely fearful for my safety and for the safety of my children,’ she said. ‘Rajon has a history of volatile, erratic, explosive behavior. He is verbally, emotionally, and financially abusive. He physically hits our son and calls him names like ”p****” and accuses him of acting like a ‘b****.”

‘Rajon verbally assaults our daughter. He calls her names like ‘thot, b****, and d***head.’ Rajon has made several threats on my life, saying at various times he will shoot me or shoot up my car.’

NBA player Rajon Rondo (C) of the Boston Celtics and his wife, Ashley Bachelor Rondo (L) visit the Great Wall at Juyongguan on August 26, 2014 in Beijing

NBA player Rajon Rondo (C) of the Boston Celtics and his wife, Ashley Bachelor Rondo (L) visit the Great Wall at Juyongguan on August 26, 2014 in Beijing

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