Kareem Abdul-Jabbar ordered to obtain anger management counseling in traffic dispute case

February 1998
Jet;02/16/98, Vol. 93 Issue 12, p49
Reports that Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, accused of attacking a man during a traffic dispute, was ordered by a West Los Angeles, California municipal court commissioner to obtain anger management counseling. Details of the assault Abdul-Jabbar is charged with.


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