Super Bowl Champion Convicted Of Domestic Violence. Here’s What The Judge Gave Him
Super Bowl champion and former Seahawks superstar Brandon Browner was convicted of domestic battery and child endangerment last month, but it was his ensuing run-in with the law that was pretty unbelievable.
“According to court docs, Browner was arrested in L.A. County on May 6, 2018 for battery and child endangerment. Details surrounding the incident are unclear,” TMZ reports. “But records show Browner pled no contest to the charges and was sentenced to probation.”
But after he was sentenced, officials found that Browner violated a probation from separate run in with the law. Since he couldn’t follow court orders, he was subsequently sentenced to 60 days in jail. (RELATED: Police Release Video Of NFL Player Getting Tased. It’s Brutal. [WATCH])
Browner didn’t quite serve his full sentence, though. He was released after two days from the LA County jail due to overcrowding.
This isn’t Browner’s first run-in with the law. He’s been arrested multiple times for domestic violence and making criminal threats to a female. Here’s to hoping he’s finally learned his lesson.
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