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Kaplan’s wife, who was pregnant at the time, suffered a miscarriage due to the emotional stress caused by the incident, according to the statement.
With Gimelstob’s plea, the judge in the case reduced the felony charge to a misdemeanor and sentenced 42-year-old Gimelstob to three years’ probation and 60 days of community labor. In 2016, his former wife, Cary Sinnott, filed a domestic violence restraining order against her estranged husband, alleging he physically assaulted, harassed, verbally attacked and stole from her.
If he makes it that far, his fate is in the hands of 10 pro players, including his one-time charge John Isner.
The resident of Morristown, New Jersey, Justin Gimelstob has an estimated net worth of million.
Southern California tennis has had a few ugly missteps of late.
In 2017 there was the arrest in San Diego of the father of Davis Cup champion and one-time Wimbledon finalist Mark Philippoussis.
Gimelstob completed his graduation from Newark Academy in Livingston, New Jersey in 1995.
Accused of sexually assaulting two 9-year-old girls he taught while working as a private tennis instructor in North County, then 68-year-old Nikolaos Salvator Philippoussis pleaded not guilty to the charges and was held on .2 million bail.
Before justice could be served, however, in late 2018 the accused allegedly suffered a stroke while in jail and was rendered incapacitated.
Instead, the only sign he’s through is that Tennis Channel has been wiped from his social media profiles.
Current American pro player John Isner, who’s presently ranked 10 in the world, had been coached by Gimelstob, dating back to 2014.