Jeffrey Jordan, son of six-time Chicago NBA champion Michael Jordan, has been charged with aggravated assault on medical personnel while recovering from an injury he sustained at a bar.

Jeffrey fell and hit his head while at Casa Amigos in Scottsdale, Arizona. After that, Jordan began to fight with the guards who tried to take him out of the bar for medical assistance. Scottsdale police officers arrived at the scene and interviewed the bar staff. According to law enforcement officials, Jordan’s actions were not a crime. Jeffrey was taken to the hospital. Later, there were reports of an aggravated attack by Jordan on medical staff. At the moment, Jeffrey is not arrested and is in the hospital, where he is being treated.

Jeffrey Jordan, 32, played for the University of Illinois from 2007 to 2010 but failed to make it to the NBA. Jeffrey is the eldest of five children of Michael Jordan. He currently heads Jordan Brand’s digital innovation division and co-founded the Jordan Avakian Group, a Chicago-based consulting firm in 2020.