On Monday, Adrien Broner was sentenced to spend three days in a Kentucky jail.
Back in 2014, Broner plead guilty to a disorderly conduct charge following an incident at a local bar. However, he failed to show up for previous court appearances, which landed him a contempt of court charge. The boxer was placed in cuffs after Monday’s hearing and taken to Kenton County Detention Center, where he will serve his time.
Just a month ago, Broner made headlines after he was stopped in a vehicle riddled with bullet holes. The boxer told police he had been shot at while leaving a club in his hometown of Cincinnati.