Javaris Crittenton is in even more trouble at his murder trial - yes, apparently you can find yourself in even deep sh*t while on trial for murder. If you recall, Crittenton, and his cousin Douglas Campbell, were indicted for murder for firing guns into a crowd as a gang-related retaliation after Javaris was robbed for $50,000 in jewelry (which gave him a spot on a NBA Players Committing Crimes list.) A mother of two caught a bullet and died.
During a bail hearing for his cousin, Crittenton took offense with the prosecuting attorney and attempted to intimidate him. Later in a phone call, the ex-Laker said he wanted to "beat the sh*t out of the DA."
Now the judge on the case has given Javaris a curfew from 7pm to 7am, and he will now wear an ankle monitoring bracelet 24 hours a day.
And the recording of a jailhouse phone call in which Crittenton claimed to want to beat up the prosecutor was key in the judge’s decision to modify the former NBA player’s bond conditions. [...]
In addition to forcing Crittenton to remain in his home from 7 p.m. until 7 a.m. each day until trial, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Shawn Ellen LaGrua ordered him back on a 24-hour ankle monitor. He’d been off the monitor since March. [...]
“I wanted to beat the (expletive) out of the DA … right there in the hallway,” a voice identified as belonging to Crittenton could be heard saying in the recording.