The sister of former WNBA player Kysre Gondrezick reportedly posted a message on social media telling Kevin Porter Jr. to “count [his] days” after the Houston Rockets guard was charged with assaulting Gondrezick at a New York City hotel Monday.
Kalabrya Haskins — widow of the late Dwayne Haskins, the 24-year-old quarterback who died last year when he was struck and killed on a Florida highway — shared the message in a since-expired post on her Instagram Story, according to Clutch Points.
“@kevinporterjr if you think you gone touch my sister & not get touched,” Kalabrya wrote, per the outlet. “Count ya f—ing days. Better hope and pray you’ll be able to ever walk again let alone dribble.
“You may have gotten away with this s–t in the past cause yo mama ain’t beat ya a–, but we spank lil punk a– painting nail sissy b—-es like you everyday. Don’t show up to that crib. We gone do it to you. Lil b—h.”
Kalabrya, who played basketball at Michigan State and currently works in the beauty industry, has not further addressed the situation publicly.
Porter, 23, is accused of hitting the 26-year-old Gondrezick multiple times and placing his hands around her neck, according to the NYPD.
Gondrezick sustained a fractured vertebrae in her neck, according to hospital testing detailed in a the criminal complaint, ESPN reported.
The pair had been dating since last year, and it appears each removed any trace of the other from their respective Instagram pages.
Police and sources told The Post that Porter — whose full name is Bryan Kevin Porter Jr. — was charged with assault and strangulation after they received a 911 call for an assault at the four-star Millennium Hilton New York Hotel at 1 UN Plaza in Midtown.
When police arrived to the hotel, they found Gondrezick — who previously played for the Indiana Fever and Chicago Sky — with a cut on her face and suffering neck pain, cops and sources said.
Gondrezick was sleeping when she woke up to Porter hitting her, sources told The Post.
According to the Daily Mail, police said the victim was upset with Porter how late he had been out, and locked the hotel door. He got in with help from security.
Porter was taken into custody at the NYPD’s 17th precinct in Midtown on Monday, according to video footage shared to X (formerly Twitter) by NBC New York.
Porter is scheduled to appear in a Manhattan court Oct. 16, the same day the Rockets play a preseason game in San Antonio, according to ESPN.
The NBA player was also ordered to stay away from Gondrezick, per the criminal complaint.
“We are aware of the reports regarding Kevin Porter Jr.,” an NBA spokesperson told The Post. “The league office is in contact with the Houston Rockets and in the process of gathering more information.”
Representatives for the Rockets did not respond to a request for comment Monday.
Porter and Gondrezick, who is also a model, attended Vogue’s Smart Tox kickoff event during New York Fashion Week, where they were photographed together Sept. 7
ABC 7 reports Porter pleaded not guilty Tuesday and was released on $75,000 bail, but not before the judge imposed a temporary order of protection.
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