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Adrien Broner Sent To Jail For Contempt of Court


Cincinnati’s Broner and his attorney, Stanley Jackson were both late to the scheduled 1:00 p.m. hearing, along with his answers not at all satisfying the judge assigned to the case.


Broner disregarded the lawsuit, failing (or refusing) to hire a lawyer and not honoring any notices to the point of a default judgment awarded to his accuser.


The woman—whose name is withheld—hired civil rights attorney Subodh Chandra, who filed a motion with the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court in August insisting that no effort had been made on the part of Broner to settle on the judgment.


Broner and his attorney provided Chandra’s firm with what was deemed incomplete documents and insufficient for court heading into Monday’s hearing.


Judge Russo questioned Broner about the lavish lifestyle he portrays on social media, including showing off stacks of money which contradict his official claims of being cash poor.


[Reigning two-division beltholder] Gervonta Davis, [adviser and PBC creator] Al Haymon, [Showtime Sports President] Stephen Espinoza.






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