On Tuesday, news surfaced that Miles Bridges was being charged one felony count of injuring a child’s parent, and two felony counts of child abuse under circumstances or conditions likely to cause great bodily injury or death, per the District Attorney’s office.

Late last month, Bridges turned himself into police in Los Angeles the day after an altercation with the mother of his children. The physical confrontation left her with severe injuries. Amid the news that beyond just the domestic violence charges came child abuse charges, NBA fans on Twitter had about enough.

It wasn’t just NBA fans who were disgusted with Miles Bridges. NBA writers and correspondents were as well.

The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office released a statement following the charges being filed, captured by CBS Sports.

“Domestic violence creates physical, mental and emotional trauma that has a lasting impact on survivors,” District Attorney George Gascón said. “Children who witness family violence are especially vulnerable and the impact on them is immeasurable. Mr. Bridges will be held accountable for his actions and our Bureau of Victim Services will support the survivors through this difficult process.”

Some of the fans referenced the amount of money thrown away by Bridges. He was likely headed for close to a max deal, whether that was going to be in Charlotte or elsewhere. Bridges had a breakout year, averaging over 20 points per game, to go along with seven rebounds, almost four assists, a steal and a block.

Instead, the 24-year-old might be headed to prison if convicted.