A former University of Tennessee Lady Vols basketball star has surrendered to police in Georgia after an alleged domestic incident.
Chamique Holdsclaw, who played 12 seasons in the WNBA following her four years at UT, got into a fight with a woman in Atlanta and then smashed the woman's car windows with a baseball bat, according to an incident report.
Police also say Holdsclaw fired a gunshot into the woman's SUV before speeding away.
The other woman involved is Jennifer Lacy, a fellow WNBA player who describes herself as Holdsclaw's former girlfriend.
Holdsclaw is charged with aggravated assault, criminal damage to property and reckless conduct and was jailed in Fulton County, GA, on $10,000 bond.
Holdsclaw, 35, helped lead Tennessee to three consecutive national championships from 1996 to 1998.
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Tuesday, September 2 2014 12:51 PM EDT2014-09-02 16:51:41 GMT
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