Former Chicago Bulls player Ben Gordon was reportedly arrested in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Gordon, 39 was arrested hitting a McDonald’s security guard and shoving another at a business in River North, police said. He’s been charged with two misdemeanor counts of battery causing bodily harm and battery making physical contact.
According to Police, the incident happened shortly before 3:30 a.m. Officers responded to a report of a disturbance by a man who was being escorted out of a McDonald’s in the 600 block of North Clark Street. The man being escorted out of the business then struck a 29-year-old man in the face and threw him to the ground. He also pushed another man, 21, to the ground.
Both men refused medical help
The police added that Gordon was arrested on the scene
Last month, Gordon was charged with assault, resisting arrest, contempt and child endangerment in New York for allegedly punching his son at LaGuardia Airport.
Ben Gordon was drafted by the Chicago Bulls in 2004 and played 11 seasons in the NBA with the Bulls, Detroit Pistons, Charlotte Hornets and the Orlando Magic.
He has also spoken about his struggles with mental illness in the past.