Oklahoma City Thunder player DeAndre Liggins was charged with seven counts Friday including counts of domestic abuse kidnapping and domestic assault and battery in connection with an incident at his home last month.

Liggins was also released by the Thunder general manager Sam Presti announced in a team-released statement.

The charges against the Thunder reserve guard were filed late Friday afternoon in Oklahoma County District Court.

In addition a second man involved in the domestic incident — who reportedly taunted and made fun of the victim in a partial cellphone recording of the alleged attack — was also charged court records show.

Liggins 24 is charged with three counts of domestic abuse two counts of domestic assault and battery with a dangerous weapon one count of kidnapping and one count of violating a protective order.