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WNBA player Kysre Gondrezick is calling out the Manhattan District Attorney’s office, accusing them of spreading a ‘false narrative’ in Kevin Porter Jr.’s assault case. Even her lawyer is urging honesty from Alvin Bragg and his team.

The 26-year-old guard, standing at 5-ft-9, shared with TMZ Sports that she has consistently denied her ex-boyfriend’s alleged attack in September.

She criticizes the D.A.’s handling of the incident, stating that it has worsened her trauma more than the actual experience.

Gondrezick claims to have stated to officials a week after Porter’s arrest, asserting that her original criminal complaint was taken out of context.

She now requests Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan D.A., to publicly explain her version of events.

According to her, she fell and hit her head after Porter, who was released from the OKC Thunder following his arrest over two months ago, abruptly woke her up after a night out.

Gondrezick maintains her truth, emphasizing that Porter ‘never struck her.’