No Assault Charges Against Kobe Bryant in San Diego Church Case

Prosecutors say they will not file charges in an alleged assault involving Lakers star Kobe Bryant and another man at a church. (Photo: ESPN)


SAN DIEGO – It happened at St. Therese of Carmel in Carmel Valley in August, according to police.

Investigators say a man, identified as Thomas Hagos, claims Bryant grabbed his cellphone after the basketball legend thought the man was taking pictures of him and his wife, Vanessa.

Hagos, 21, says he hurt his wrist trying to hold onto the cellphone. He was treated at a local hospital and released.

Detectives say there were no pictures of Bryant or his wife on the phone.

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