The brother of NBA center Enes Kanter was robbed at gunpoint by four suspects at an Atlanta parking deck, police said.
Kanter, who plays center for the Portland Trail Blazers, posted video Sunday of his younger brother, Ahmet, and his two friends handing over their belongings earlier that morning to four armed men, including one in a ski mask, inside a parking deck in downtown Atlanta.
“I’m shocked and disgusted,” the 29-year-old NBA vet tweeted. “My little brother (Ahmet) walking around Atlanta, gets a gun pulled on him, and robbed. When will we have some normal gun control measures? This is not okay & not normal.”
Atlanta police said Monday Ahmet Kanter, who attends Georgia State University, told cops he and two friends left Mixx Atlanta nightclub when they were approached by four men who started harassing them.
Enes Kanter, #11 of the Portland Trail Blazers, posted a video of his brother allegedly being robbed in Atlanta, Georgia.Abbie Parr/Getty