Milton Bradley Arrest
Milton Bradley Arrest, Former Mariners outfielder Milton Bradley was arrested Tuesday for the second time in a year, Los Angeles Police said Wednesday.
Bradley was arrested on suspicion of felony battery and booked into the Van Nuys Jail. He was taken into custody at the same Encino address as his previous arrest. Details of the incident were not immediately available.
He was released on $30,000 bail and is due in court Oct. 18.
Bradley’s wife, Monique, called 911 about 2 p.m. to report that her husband was chasing her and swinging a bat, police said.
Milton Bradley fled the scene in a car, but was detained nearby by police.
In the earlier case, he was arrested in January for allegedly threatening his wife. He did not face charges, and his wife reportedly filed for divorce in March.
In divorce papers, Monique Bradley said her husband physically abused her during their five-year marriage.