Cleveland Cavaliers guard JR Smith has reportedly turned himself in to police in New York for a July incident involving a cellphone.

On Friday, TMZ Sports reported Smith was charged with misdemeanor criminal mischief for allegedly throwing a cellphone he stole from a fan near The Park in Chelsea.

At the beginning of August, TMZ reported Smith was being investigated for a July 29 incident in which he was accused of stealing a cellphone from a fan, who was trying to get a picture with the Cavs star, and throwing it into a construction site.

“This is nonsense, and we aren’t responding to nonsense,” Smith’s attorney, Alex Spiro, said. “He was issued a ticket.”

Smith will appear in court at an unspecified date to resolve the situation.

Courtesy: Bleacher Report


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