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Richaun Holmes granted full custody of son after legal battle

Sacramento Kings center Richaun Holmes was granted full custody of his son on April 21, according to court documents acquired by The Kings Beat. The attorneys representing him, Steve Hany and Ann Moder, confirmed the report to Jason Anderson of the Sacramento Bee on Tuesday:. Holmes was reunited with his...
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Kings’ Richaun Holmes accused of abusing his 6-year-old son

SACRAMENTO, Calif (KTXL) — Sacramento Kings center Richaun Holmes is facing allegations of domestic violence and abuse of his 6-year-old son, according to court documents.  The Sacramento Bee was the first to break the news that Holmes’ ex-wife, Allexis Holmes, recently filed for a domestic violence restraining order in Sacramento County on behalf of her […]

Kings to 'monitor' legal process in domestic violence allegations against Richaun Holmes

The Sacramento Kings announced last week that center Richaun Holmes would miss the remainder of the season due to "personal reasons." The decision initially came with little explanation, but earlier this week, the Sacramento Bee published a story with allegations from Holmes' ex-wife, Allexis Holmes, of domestic violence and abusing their six-year-old son, according to court documents.

Kings player Richaun Holmes accused of domestic violence; Kings are ‘monitoring the situation’

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The ex-wife of Sacramento Kings player Richaun Holmes has accused him of domestic violence and physically abusing his 6-year-old son, which he denies. The Kings last week announced that Holmes would not be playing for the rest of the season due to personal reasons. This season he has struggled due to an eye injury but no reason was specified at the time for his exit. Notably, Kings general manager Monte McNair expressed support for Holmes in that statement, saying he “is a core member of our team, who is very important to our success” and the organization looked forward to seeing him back on the court next year.