Club Bouncer Convicted Of Assault On NBA Star's Son


A chief bouncer at an after-hours club could get life in prison for last year's aggravated assault of Moses Malone Jr.  A Harris County jury convicted 40-year-old Darian Blount on Thursday for attacking the son of NBA legend Moses Malone over a Facebook post.  

Malone had posted a message about basketball star James Harden that Blount considered disrespectful.  Harden is reportedly a regular at the club where the attack took place.  

A handgun was involved, so Blount will have to serve at least half the sentence he gets in today's punishment phase of the trial.


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