Agent: Cappie Pondexter found safe after worries of her whereabouts

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A scary situation unfolded after an initial tweet was put out indicating that Cappie Pondexter, who retired from the WNBA in 2019, had gone missing for several days.

Pondexter’s career spanned several teams – including the Chicago Sky, New York Liberty, Los Angeles Sparks and Phoenix Mercury – where she won two WNBA championships.

According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Los Angeles police arrested her on a battery charge, but did not give her name at the time of the incident.

Since she had gone missing, she and her family received an outpouring of support out of concern for her whereabouts.

The great Lyndsey D’Arcangelo reported that there was a missing person’s report filed in the LAPD system since Pondexter did not give her name at the time of the arrest. She was booked into custody as a “Jane Doe.”

D’Arcangelo later spoke with Chuck Walton, her representative, who informed her she was found – this coming after she was released. Walton himself also posted his own statement on the ongoings to his social media accounts.

We are all glad that she was found and we wish for all the best for her particularly as we have had the chance to chat with her more than once. Sending love and prayers.

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