NBA free agent Miles Bridges’ wife has posted horrific images of injuries all over her body and said she was ‘choked until I went to sleep’, a day after her NBA star husband turned himself into police on a domestic violence charge.

Mychelle Johnson said she could not ‘be silent anymore’ as she posted a series of images on Instagram showing bruises and scratches over her hands, back, legs and face.

‘I’ve allowed someone to destroy my home, abuse me in every way possible and traumatize our kids for life,’ Johnson, who has two young children with Bridges, wrote on Thursday. 

Along with the photos showing the injuries, Johnson also posted a medical document showing that on Tuesday she had been strangled, suffered brain concussion and a bruised rib. The diagnosis read: ‘Adult victim of physical abuse by male partner’. 

Johnson posted the series of images showing her injuries a day after Bridges, 24, turned himself into Los Angeles police on a domestic abuse charge. 

Bridges was in an argument with a woman that became physical on Tuesday, according to TMZ, and the alleged victim needed medical attention. 

Mychelle Johnson posted images of injuries all over her body, including her fractured nose on Thursday 

Miles Bridges' wife Mychelle Johnson posted a photo of scratches on her face and a bloodied eardrum

Miles Bridges’ wife Mychelle Johnson posted a photo of scratches on her face and a bloodied eardrum

Along with the photos showing the injuries, Johnson also posted a medical document showing that on Tuesday she had been strangled, suffered brain concussion and a bruised rib. The diagnosis read: 'Adult victim of physical abuse by male partner'

Along with the photos showing the injuries, Johnson also posted a medical document showing that on Tuesday she had been strangled, suffered brain concussion and a bruised rib. The diagnosis read: ‘Adult victim of physical abuse by male partner’

Johnson posted the series of images showing her injuries a day after Bridges, 24, (pictured) turned himself into Los Angeles police on a domestic abuse charge

Johnson posted the series of images showing her injuries a day after Bridges, 24, (pictured) turned himself into Los Angeles police on a domestic abuse charge

Bridges fled the scene before police could arrive, but turned himself in on Wednesday. He was charged with felony domestic violence and released on $130,000 bail.

Johnson said on Thursday she had suffered a fractured nose, wrist, torn eardrum, and torn muscles in her neck ‘from being chocked until I went to sleep’. 

She posted images showing her swollen nose, bruises on her fingers, legs and back, as well as a bloodied eardrum. 

Johnson, who has two young children with Bridges, wrote: ‘I hate that it has come to this but I can’t be silent anymore. I’ve allowed someone to destroy my home, abuse me in every way possible and traumatize our kids for life.

‘I have nothing to prove to the world, but I won’t allow anyone who could do something so horrible to have no remorse and paint a picture of something I’m not. 

‘I won’t allow the people around him to continue to silence me and continue to lie to protect this person. It’s unethical, it’s immoral, it’s truly sick.’

Johnson, who has two young children with Bridges, wrote: 'I hate that it has come to this but I can't be silent anymore. I've allowed someone to destroy my home, abuse me in every way possible and traumatize our kids for life.'

Johnson, who has two young children with Bridges, wrote: ‘I hate that it has come to this but I can’t be silent anymore. I’ve allowed someone to destroy my home, abuse me in every way possible and traumatize our kids for life.’

Mychelle Johnson said she could not 'be silent anymore' as she posted a series of images on Instagram showing bruises and scratches over her hands, back, legs and face

Mychelle Johnson said she could not ‘be silent anymore’ as she posted a series of images on Instagram showing bruises and scratches over her hands, back, legs and face

Johnson said on Thursday she had suffered a fractured nose, wrist, torn eardrum, and torn muscles in her neck 'from being chocked until I went to sleep'

Johnson said on Thursday she had suffered a fractured nose, wrist, torn eardrum, and torn muscles in her neck ‘from being chocked until I went to sleep’

Bruises on Johnson's arm

Bruises on Johnson's leg

Mychelle Johnson posted images showing bruises over her arm and legs 

Johnson and Bridges first started dating in 2016 and have two young children together

Johnson and Bridges first started dating in 2016 and have two young children together

She added: ‘It hurts my heart because I’ve always had hope, and so much love and as scary as this is for me to do it’s time I stand up for myself. 

‘I won’t be silent to protect others anymore because I value myself and my kids more than anyone’s ‘image’… a fracture nose, wrist, torn eardrum, torn muscles in my neck from being choked until i went to sleep and a severe concussion.’

Johnson continued: ‘I don’t need sympathy, I just don’t want this happening to anyone else, I just want this person to get help, my kids deserve better. 

‘That’s all I want. It hurts, everything hurts, this situation hurts, most importantly I’m scared and hurting for my kids who were witness to everything.’ 

Johnson and Bridges first started dating in 2016 and have two young children together. There are married, according to reports, although their wedding date is not known to the public. 

DailyMail.com has contacted Bridges’ reps for comment.  

Miles Bridges of the Charlotte Hornets sets up a shot during the first half against the Atlanta Hawks at State Farm Arena on April 13 in Atlanta, Georgia

Miles Bridges of the Charlotte Hornets sets up a shot during the first half against the Atlanta Hawks at State Farm Arena on April 13 in Atlanta, Georgia

The 12th pick of the 2018 NBA Draft, Bridges has played four seasons with the Charlotte Hornets, but became a free agent at 6pm on Thursday when the league’s negotiating period began.

NBA teams can continue negotiating with free agents on Friday, but are not permitted to sign players until 12:01pm ET on July 6. While many other well-known players have already agreed to reported deals, Bridges’ future has remained up in the air. 

Bridges turned himself into police on Wednesday – the same day the Hornets announced they had extended a qualifying offer to the former Michigan State star.

‘As an organization we love Miles,’ Hornets general manager Mitch Kupchak told reporters Tuesday. ‘We are going to bring him back. He has been great for the franchise and I believe, with his work ethic, he’s only going to get better.’ 

That $8 million offer makes Bridges a restricted free agent, meaning the Hornets will be given the opportunity to match any other contract offers he receives on the open market.

It also means that Bridges can take the Hornets’ $8 million offer to stay in Charlotte and make another run at free agency next summer.

Hoops Hype’s Michael Scotto reported in May that four league executives predicted that Bridges could get offered as much as $25 million annually, but that was obviously before his recent arrest.

Bridges has made some other negative headlines recently. 

In April, after being ejected from a game in Atlanta for cursing at officials, Bridges attempted to throw his mouth guard at a male heckler, but instead accidentally hit a 16-year-old female fan in the face.

Earlier this month, Bridges posted a picture on social media of a purple drink and what looked like a joint in his hand. His followers quickly accused him of drinking lean, a concoction that typically includes cough syrup with codeine and promethazine as well as a soft drink or alcohol

Earlier this month, Bridges posted a picture on social media of a purple drink and what looked like a joint in his hand. His followers quickly accused him of drinking lean, a concoction that typically includes cough syrup with codeine and promethazine as well as a soft drink or alcohol

Bridges was apologetic when addressing the media later.

‘I was aiming for the guy that was screaming at me and it hit a little girl,’ Bridges said. ‘So that’s definitely unacceptable on my part and I take full responsibility.

‘That’s out of character for me. You’ve been around me; I don’t act like that or ever flash out like that. So that was definitely wrong.’

He was fined $50,000 by the league for the incident.  

Earlier this month, Bridges posted a picture on social media of a purple drink and what looked like a joint in his hand. His followers quickly accused him of drinking lean, a concoction that typically includes cough syrup with codeine and promethazine as well as a soft drink or alcohol.

He later denied the accusation, saying it was ‘pink lemonade.’

At Michigan State in 2018, the Flint native was First-Team All-Big and a consensus second-team All-American.

With the Hornets last season, Bridges became the primary beneficiary of the club’s dynamic young point guard, LaMelo Ball, averaging a team-high 20.2 points per game on nearly 50-percent shooting.

Bridges was ejected after cursing at officials and receiving his second technical foul with six minutes left in the fourth quarter of the Hornets' 132-103 season-ending loss to the Hawks. While storming off the court, the furious 24-year-old was heckled by several Atlanta fans and appeared to take offense to one man in particular. Bridges then flung his mouthpiece (circled in red) toward the fan, but it wound up hitting a girl two seats over

Bridges was ejected after cursing at officials and receiving his second technical foul with six minutes left in the fourth quarter of the Hornets’ 132-103 season-ending loss to the Hawks. While storming off the court, the furious 24-year-old was heckled by several Atlanta fans and appeared to take offense to one man in particular. Bridges then flung his mouthpiece (circled in red) toward the fan, but it wound up hitting a girl two seats over



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