March 17, 2018

Trump asks Chinese president for help in resolving UCLA basketball players' case

13 November 2017, 11:10 | Taylor George

Donald Trump asked the president of China to resolve the LiAngelo Ball shoplifting case

LiAngelo Ball Arrested In China for Shoplifting ... UCLA Cooperating with Officials

Freshmen LiAngelo Ball, Jalen Hill and Cody Riley were to remain in Hangzhou, China, while the rest of the team was due back Saturday night.

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"During President Trump's two-day visit to Beijing he asked Chinese President Xi Jinping to help resolve the case of the three UCLA players that were arrested for shoplifting during the team's trip to Hangzhou, according to the Washington Post". Xi promised Trump after the meeting that he would consider the case and that the players would receive fair treatment, a source familiar with the situation told the Washington Post. ESPN reported Monday that Chinese authorities have surveillance video showing the players taking merchandise from as many as three upscale shops. However, the charges against the players were reduced and the case was headed toward a resolution, a source told ESPN. Chief of Staff John F. Kelly has been in touch with the families of the players and has spoken with UCLA coach Steve Alford, and Kelly remains in contact with Chinese authorities, the official added. Under watch by Hangzhou police, they've been staying at a lakeside hotel where they've been unable to leave. The players were also not permitted to fly home with the team. Neither made any mention of the UCLA players' arrests. Chinese lawyers told Yahoo Sports' Dan Wetzel last week the UCLA basketball players could serve between three and 10 years in prison, but the US official told Nakamura their charges have been reduced. He'll be fine. Everybody making it a big deal. UCLA is one of the top basketball programs in the country, and the Ball family has become well known in the sports world, including LiAngelo's outspoken father, LaVar Ball.

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