Tv Star De'Aundre Bonds Assaulted in LA

Tv Star De’Aundre Bonds Assaulted in LA

Actor De’aundre Bonds has been hospitalized after he was beaten and left on the side of the road, according to reports.


The Wood actor was jumped by a gang of attackers in Los Angeles around midnight on Thursday, and suffered brutal facial injuries, TMZ claims.

However, Bonds has denied he was attacked by a gang, writing on Instagram ‘I did not get jump last night!!’

The images, taken in hospital and published on TMZ, show Bonds with bloody injuries and bruising on his face.

The images show a gaping wound over his eyebrow, and a gash above his nose.

Bonds was left unconscious by the side of the road, until a friend happened to drive by and recognized him, he apparently said.

He was then taken to hospital, where doctors gave him eight stitches across his eyebrow and another two stitches on a gash above his nose.

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Injured: Actor De’aundre Bonds in 1996 film Sunset Park

The images, taken in hospital and published on TMZ, show Bonds with bloody injuries and bruising on his face.

The images show a gaping wound over his eyebrow, and a gash above his nose.

Bonds was left unconscious by the side of the road, until a friend happened to drive by and recognized him, he apparently said.

He was then taken to hospital, where doctors gave him eight stitches across his eyebrow and another two stitches on a gash above his nose.

Hospitalized: Bonds attended the Dance 4 Hope Dance-A-Thon in Los Angeles on December 3, 2011
Hospitalized: Bonds attended the Dance 4 Hope Dance-A-Thon in Los Angeles on December 3, 2011

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