Scottsdale police said Thursday that an investigation involving National Basketball Association star James Harden is under review by the city prosecutor after a woman claimed he took her cellphone and threw it up onto a nightclub's roof last month.
A nine-page Scottsdale police report, which has Harden's name redacted, was released Thursday.
Sgt. Ben Hoster, a Scottsdale police spokesman, said the case detective still must approve the final report before certain names are made public.
"The information regarding Harden’s name and all parties that were interviewed will be available upon final approval of the case detective," he said.
Harden plays for the Houston Rockets and was named the NBA's Most Valuable Player for the 2017-18 season earlier this summer. Before joining the NBA, he starred at Arizona State University.
According to the 42-year-old woman, she was recording a fight on Aug. 11, outside of Mint, a nightclub in downtown Scottsdale, and noticed that Harden was also watching the fight.