ORLANDO, Fla. - The Orlando Magic has fined Glen Davis after surveillance video surfaced, showing him smash a keyboard at an Orlando hotel last week.
Known as "Big Baby," his recent late-night tantrum was caught on video at a Travelodge in Orlando on Magnolia Avenue.
The Magic released the following statement on Wednesday:
"The Orlando Magic have fined forward Glen Davis an undisclosed amount following his actions on Saturday, Nov. 9... We will not tolerate or condone this type of behavior."
On Friday, after his team lost to the Boston Celtics, Davis was caught on video trying to check into the motel at 4 a.m. Saturday.
According to TMZ, Davis was told the motel was full, which is when he became apparently violent. Surveillance video shows him becoming frustrated, yanking a keyboard from a worker's computer and stumbling out.
The police were called, but the motel decided not to press charges or file a report.
The NBA veteran offered an apology on Twitter:
"In regards to the incident that occurred on Friday night, I want to sincerely apologize for my actions. There is no excuse for what I did. I was obviously wrong and I take full responsibility. I apologize to the Magic, my fans and the city of Orlando."
Full statement from Orlando police Sgt. Jim Young:
"Today, I was contacted by TMZ and advised they had video of a NBA player involved in an incident at a Travelodge in Orlando. I researched this incident and discovered that on 11/9/13 at 4:04am, OPD responded to a 911 Hang up call at 409 N. Magnolia."
"After officers arrived, they were advised by the complainant that they did not wish to press any charges or complete a police report. Based on those facts, no report was completed, which is standard procedure with that type of information. It is believed that any parties involved reached a civil arrangement regarding private property. No names or information were provided."
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