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Amar'e Stoudemire, an ex-player for the New York Knicks and Miami Heat, is accused of striking his daughter

Amar'e Stoudemire, a former NBA player, was detained overnight on Sunday at his Brickell Key condominium in Miami on ...
...one count of misdemeanor battery, which the Miami-Dade Corrections website describes as a domestic violence charge.
One of Stoudemire's two daughters is the alleged victim, according to a police report that the Miami Herald has access to.
The arrest report doesn't specify which of the four kids of Stoudemire, 40, and ex-wife Alexis Stoudemire was allegedly struck, a girl aged 17 or a girl aged 14.
It does, however, mention that the 6-foot-10, 255-pound Stoudemire, who ended his NBA career with the Miami Heat in 2016, allegedly ...
...punched the young girl in the jaw and slapped her so hard that she drew blood before reporting the incident to police.
The arrest report states, "I noticed blood stains on the victim's sweatpants and sweater.".
The victim's mother showed me the photograph she had received from her daughter, which showed the victim sobbing and having blood drip down her face.
After she responded with "What?" she claimed that her father hurried into her room and questioned her about why she was acting so rudely.
The daughter claimed that when she denied using such a tone with her grandmother, her father said, "You're talking back again," and punched her in the ...
...right side of the jaw. She also claimed that he slapped her face, causing her nose to bleed, and continued slapping her on the left side of her body.
According to the report, Amar'e Stoudemire reportedly told police that the young girl had called her mother to come ...
...pick her up because she was upset after getting a whooping from the boy for being disrespectful and a liar.
Stoudemire attended Orlando Cypress Creek High School before being selected by the Phoenix Suns in the second round of the 2002 NBA ...
...Draft. In 2002-03, he won the Rookie of the Year award, marking the start of a career that saw him earn five All-NBA selections.
After being released by the New York Knicks in 2014–15, Stoudemire finished the season with the Dallas Mavericks. His final NBA campaign was with the Miami Heat in 2015–16.
With Hapel Jerusalem, Fujian Sturgeons, and Maccabi Tel Aviv, Stoudemire continued his basketball career in Israel.