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WNBA Superstar

Allegedly FIRES GUN

During Insane Spat w/ Ex-GF

11/15/2012 2:00 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF
breaking news

WNBA legend Chamique Holdsclaw -- one of the greatest female basketball players of all time -- is a wanted woman in Georgia ... after allegedly FIRING A GUN during an explosive altercation with her ex-girlfriend.

According to the Atlanta Police Dept., a warrant has been issued for Holdsclaw's arrest over an incident that occurred just after noon on November 13.

Holdsclaw's ex-GF Jennifer Lacy -- who's also a WNBA player -- told police ... the drama began when she noticed Holdsclaw following her after she finished a workout at a local church.

According to the police report, obtained by TMZ, Lacy felt scared ... and called a friend who agreed to meet her at a nearby location.

Once Lacy arrived, she claims Holdsclaw got out of her car ... and approached Lacy's car while carrying a baseball bat.

Lacy told cops ... Holdsclaw began bashing in her car windows ... before pulling out a pistol, sticking the gun INSIDE THE CAR and firing a shot ... while Lacy was still in the vehicle.

After firing the shot, Holdsclaw allegedly fled the scene. When cops arrived, officers say they recovered a 9mm shell casing.

We reached out to Holdsclaw's rep -- so far, no comment.

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Rusty Shackleford    

haha, and i thought the lez stereotype was supposed to just be urban legend???

714 days ago


Lesbian domestic violence is common, but well hidden by feminist bureaucrats and leaders who will lose taxpayer funding if they allow the public to see that domestic violence is not...."a man thing".
Lesbian domestic violence isn't a couple women slapping each other, the violence gets extreme.
Broken bones, stab wounds, gun shots, and murder are included.
But you'll never get a woman's shelter to admit that, or get them to state it in a public newspaper; the second they admit it they lose taxpayer funding that's based on *false* statistics depicting men as the "main abusers".
Meanwhile lesbian victims of domestic violence are shoved in corners and ignored.
As always, feminism doesn't help women, it hurts them.

714 days ago

Rico Suavy    

I don't think there is a lick of truth to this story

714 days ago


"WNBA legend"

I don't think those 2 words have ever been used together until today.

714 days ago


Chamique was down with no shave November! It made baby boy/girl mad.

714 days ago


pat summit raised a winner! too bad they could ever stand up to uconn!!!!!

714 days ago


So WNBA players are actually lesbians? lol.

714 days ago


"...after a workout in church."

All that genuflecting must burn calories.

714 days ago

Obamais still aracist    

and she is out of here

714 days ago

Obamais still aracist    

the darker they are the crazier they are

714 days ago


Bitch be crazy

714 days ago


So, if I post she's "AN Angry Young man" will Harvey be all up in arms how I made a HOMOPHOBIC statement? Honestly, that phrase works for this, I would expect a crazy man to do that, not a crazy women, sexual preference aside, most women think before they act. And before "MR. FEMINIST" shows up, I'm not saying that women aren't capable of DV or to this extreme, it's just not often you hear of it.

714 days ago


I can imagine the locker room/shower conversations if they're all gay and screwing each other

714 days ago

Phishie from Philly    

So it's just whomever plays basketball is crazy. Man or women. Ok, I understand now.
Phishie from Philly

714 days ago


"Intimate Betrayal: Domestic Violence in Lesbian Relationships" @ Amazon poses interesting questions and statments:
1 ) "Why is woman-on-woman violence so often ignored or discounted?"
2) "As several of the chapter authors demonstrate, neither traditional feminist theories about power nor heterosexist paradigms explain the causes, dynamics, or treatment of this problem"
It's ignored because feminist bureaucrats and leaders get their taxpayer funded paychecks by pretending that women are all victims and men are all abusers.
Admitting that domestic violence is a human problem, not a "man problem", would mean giving up those taxpayer funded paychecks.
Will feminists do that in order to raise awareness and help lesbian victims?
No way Jose.

714 days ago
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