The strange case of a man alleging that Kobe Bryant ripped a cell phone out of his hand during a church service in San Diego last summer, has come and gone without the Lakers’ star facing any charges. From the LA Times: “No charges will be filed against Bryant over an alleged incident in August at a church in San Diego, the city attorney’s office announced. A young man had alleged that Bryant assaulted him while both were attending Sunday services at St. Therese of Carmel Church in the upscale Carmel Valley neighborhood. The accuser said that Bryant aggressively pulled on his arm because the Lakers star thought the man had taken his picture. Thomas Hagos, 20, later went to a hospital because of a minor wrist sprain, police said.”
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