Miles Bridges, a free agent with the Hornets, enters a not guilty plea to domestic abuse.

The matter of Miles Bridges' domestic abuse has now been resolved after several delays.

According to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office,

, the Charlotte Hornets restricted free agent entered a no contest plea on Thursday to a felony count of endangering a child's parent

and consented to a three-year probationary sentence with no prison time.

The 24-year-old will be required to do 100 hours of community service,

100 hours of parenting education, and 52 weeks of counselling for domestic abuse as part of the agreement.

According to the DA's office, he will also be prohibited from possessing any hazardous weapons and will have to submit to weekly drug testing.

Bridges will also be subject to a 10-year protective order preventing him from contacting the victim or being within 100 yards of her.

The date of the reparations hearing is set for January 13, 2023.