LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — The WNBA has suspended L.A. Sparks guard Riquna Williams for ten games following allegations of domestic violence.

Williams was arrested April 29 in Florida for allegedly assaulting her ex-girlfriend. Deputies say after they separated the two, Williams grabbed a gun and pointed it at one of them before taking off in her car.

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The incident didn’t stop the team from re-signing her a month after the arrest.

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The WNBA conducted its own investigation and has ordered Williams to undergo counseling as part of her suspension.

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Williams’ suspension begins with the Sparks  July 18 game against the Dallas Wings.