TMZ posted a video of Crittenton out on the town in Los Angeles with what the video photographer describes “a lot of hot chicks.”
“Everything is great … God is great,” Crittenton says during the impromptu interview. Crittenton said he was not sure when his next court date is but said “I’m innocent.”
Crittenton says he’s working out in hopes of returning to the NBA if he’s acquitted.
“I’m just staying ready,” he said.
He is accused of killing Jullian Jones, a 23-year-old Atlanta mother of four, on Aug. 19 after allegedly firing gunshots from a black SUV. Police say he believed he saw someone who had robbed him of $55,000 in jewelry.
Crittenton has denied the charges and is free on $230,000 bond. There are no out-of-state travel restrictions in his bond terms, said Fulton County District Attorney spokeswoman Yvette Jones.
Crittenton was also arrested in March on speeding and obstruction charges in Clayton County.
Crittenton was driving a “fairly new” black Porsche more than 60 mph in a 45 mph zone when he was pulled over on Ga. 85, Riverdale police spokesman Maj. Greg Barney told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Crittenton refused to sign the speeding ticket and would not get out of his Porsche when the officer ordered him to do so, Barney said. He was arrested and released on $1,500 bond.