Milton Bradley Arrested In Encino After Allegedly Threatening Woman
Milton Bradley, the bad-boy former Dodger who once threw a bottle of water into the stands at Chavez Ravine, was arrested this week after a woman alleged that he threatened her.
Los Angeles police said the picked up Bradley at his home in the 5300 block of Oak Park Ave. Tuesday morning. The outfielder, now a Seattle Mariner, was booked on suspicion of making terrorist threats and released after posting $50,000 bail.
Bradley's a Long Beach Polytechnic High School grad who has more strikes against him when it comes to ladies than Charlie Sheen.
When he lived in Redondo Beach in 2005 police were called to his home three times based on allegations of domestic violence, according to the Daily Breeze.
In one incident Bradley was alleged to have chocked his pregnant wife, but no charges were filed.
On the field Bradley has thrown a ball bag onto the field after arguing with an umpire, undergone mandatory anger management sessions, and taken time off from the Mariners to take care of personal issues.
Good luck with this one, Milton.
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