Former Bulls security guard Ben Gordon charged with allegedly beating guards during disturbance

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CHICAGO – A former Chicago Bulls player was arrested early Friday morning for allegedly punching a security guard in the face and throwing another as they tried to escort him out of a McDonalds, officials said.

Ben Gordon, 39, was charged with two violations of battery causing bodily harm and battery making physical contact.

Police said shortly before 3:30 a.m., officers were responding on the 600 block of North Clark Street to a call of an outage at a business. A man was escorted from the company when he punched a 29-year-old man in the face and threw him to the ground. He also pushed another man, 21, to the ground, police said.

Both men refused medical attention.

Weeks ago, Gordon was arrested and arrested Monday at LaGuardia Airport when he allegedly beat his child, sources said.

Gordon also spoke about his struggles with mental illness in a report.

Gordon was arrested at the scene, police said.

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