Former LSU forward Glen “Big Baby Davis” has been named a person of interest in a parking lot attack that left one person hospitalized, according to a report from TMZ on Wednesday.
TMZ reports that witnesses have told investigators that Davis was “driving erratically” in a parking lot near Factory nightclub in West Hollywood on Sunday evening. After nearly striking a man with his vehicle, Davis was reportedly confronted by the victim before Davis got out of his car and things got physical.
Witnesses told TMZ that Davis threw the man to the ground and eventually left the scene. Emergency responders were called, and the victim was hospitalized and treated for face fractures, rib fractures and a broken tooth.
Davis has not been formally charged with a crime or arrested at this point. TMZ reached out to Davis for comment, but has not heard back.
Davis played at LSU from 2004-07. He was the 2005-06 SEC Player of the Year, the same season that he helped the Tigers make their first Final Four appearance since 1986.
After his LSU career, Davis went on to play nine seasons in the NBA for the Boston Celtics, Orlando Magic and Los Angeles Clippers.
This wouldn’t be the first time that Davis has committed a crime. Back in February, he was arrested on drug possession and distribution charges.