The charges against Amar’e Stoudemire stemming from an alleged domestic violence incident at his home in December have been dismissed … after prosecutors say the victim did not cooperate with the investigation.
As we previously reported, STAT was accused of striking one of his teen daughters across the face at least twice … leaving her bloody from the hits.
But the 40-year-old adamantly denied the accusations … saying he would never lay a finger on another human being.
The Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office confirmed to CBS Miami on Tuesday, the charges related to the Dec. 2022 incident have been dropped “due to the failure of the victim to cooperate in the prosecution of the criminal case.”
Stoudemire tells TMZ Sports … “A little over a month ago, my family’s world was turned upside down as I faced allegations that we all knew to be untrue – which I instantly and publicly denied.”
“Today, I’m grateful that after a full investigation, all charges were dismissed. Fortunately, my family and most importantly, my incredible children are all doing well. My faith in the goodness we all possess has never wavered and has never been greater. My love for my family is without limits.”
He continued … “I am appreciative of all the respect and support received from family, friends and colleagues. Now that this chapter is closed, I look forward to all the great moments ahead with my family.”
Amar’e’s attorney, Alexander Fox, added … “After a full investigation, the case was dropped at failing to prove the false accusations. The court’s vindication of Mr. Stoudemire underscores who he is and always has been – a person of faith and integrity dedicated to his family and community.”