Former Football Star Pleads Guilty To More Criminal Charges
Troubled former NFL player Montee Ball has plead guilty to more charges stemming from an arrest in April.
The former Heisman candidate at the University of Wisconsin was arrested for being in a place that serves alcohol, which was a violation of his bail, and resisting arrest in Whitewater, Wisconsin. (RELATED: Alleged Woman Beater Montee Ball Arrested AGAIN)
Now the former college football superstar has plead guilty to two counts of “bail jumping” and one count of resisting arrest, according to TMZ Sports. (RELATED: Read The Graphic Police Report From Montee Ball’s Arrest For Allegedly Beating His Girlfriend)
He is facing over two years in jail and will be sentenced in December. Ball is currently serving out his jail sentence for charges related to beating two women.
The former Badgers star was drafted by the Denver Broncos, but quickly washed out of the league after a stint on the New England Patriots practice squad. It’s highly likely he never plays a down of professional football again.