Reportedly, the 39-year-old was waiting at LaGuardia for a flight to Chicago on Monday evening and was transported to the Port Authority police department to be processed. His son’s aunt took the young man to the hospital to be examined for possible injuries.
This is not Gordon’s first run-in with the law. In June 2017, he was arrested for having an outburst in his apartment and pulling multiple fire alarms. Five months later, he was arrested again for beating up a man in an apartment.
In 2020, Gordon wrote a personal note on The Players’ Tribune platform about his battles with depression and his suicide attempt before having a mental breakthrough.
The 2005 Sixth Man Of The Year had an 11-year professional career, earning All-Rookie First Team honors in 2005 while with the Bulls before playing for the Orlando Magic, Detroit Pistons, and Charlotte Hornets. During his college career at UCONN, he won both a national championship and BIG East tournament MVP.