Boxers arrest: Gervonta Davis, Mike Tyson, Floyd Mayweather and other boxers who were charged for domestic violence and criminal actions

There have been many bad guys in boxing, inside and outside the ring. Some of the biggest names in sports have run…

Boxers arrest: Gervonta Davis, Mike Tyson, Floyd Mayweather and other boxers who were charged for domestic violence and criminal actions
Boxers arrest: Gervonta Davis, Mike Tyson, Floyd Mayweather and other boxers who were charged for domestic violence and criminal actions

There have been many bad guys in boxing, inside and outside the ring. Some of the biggest names in sports have run afoul of the law throughout the years; some have even served jail time. Here is a list of four well-known boxers who have been detained. Follow Boxing News updates with InsideSport.IN

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Famous four boxers arrest till now

1. Gervonta Davis

Boxers arrest: Gervonta Davis, Mike Tyson, Floyd Mayweather and other boxers who were charged for domestic violence and criminal actions
Boxers arrest: Gervonta Davis, Mike Tyson, Floyd Mayweather, and other boxers who were charged with domestic violence and criminal actions

According to jail records, American boxer Gervonta Davis was detained on a domestic violence charge of battery resulting in bodily harm on Tuesday in Parkland, Florida. The boxer, still in custody in Broward County in Fort Lauderdale, is scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday at 8 am without a bond being set. The specifics of his arrest and accusations against him are still unknown.

Additionally, according to court documents, He is due in Baltimore Circuit Court on February 16, 2023, for his alleged involvement in a separate hit-and-run incident in November 2020. The boxer is charged with eluding police after a four-person crash. He is accused of 14 offenses, including failing to return and stay at the site of an accident that resulted in bodily injury.

Following an incident when a video purportedly showed him grabbing his ex-girlfriend by the throat during a charity basketball game in February 2020, Davis faced two misdemeanor violence charges.

2. Mike Tyson

Boxers arrest: Gervonta Davis, Mike Tyson, Floyd Mayweather and other boxers who were charged for domestic violence and criminal actions
Boxers arrest: Gervonta Davis, Mike Tyson, Floyd Mayweather and other boxers who were charged for domestic violence and criminal actions

In Brooklyn’s impoverished Brownsville area, Mike Tyson grew up. He had a miserable upbringing that included numerous arrests. Tyson said that by the time he was 12 years old, he had already been arrested 40 times. This was before serving time in prison for rape in 1992.

Mike Tyson was found guilty in 1992 and given a 6-year jail term. He was charged with raping 18-year-old Miss Black America contender Desiree Washington in Marion County, Indiana. He aggressively refuted the allegations, claiming that his relationship with Washington was mutually beneficial. After three years of good behavior, he was released; nevertheless, he was placed on probation for an additional four years.

Earlier, Tyson stated on The Diego Show that his “favorite arrest” occurred while operating a Ferrari improperly. He claimed that when the automobile was idle, he unintentionally drove it through some glass. “The car smashed through the glass window, and I had to get detained due to property [damage],” he claimed. “Yes, it was pretty good.”

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3. Floyd Mayweather Jr

Boxers arrest: Gervonta Davis, Mike Tyson, Floyd Mayweather and other boxers who were charged for domestic violence and criminal actions
Boxers arrest: Gervonta Davis, Mike Tyson, Floyd Mayweather, and other boxers who were charged with domestic violence and criminal actions

There is a lengthy history of domestic violence with Floyd Mayweather Jr. He has been charged with repeatedly assaulting women since 2002. In two of those instances, he entered pleas of guilty, and in a third, he was found guilty, but the accusations against him were ultimately dropped four years later. He received a 90-day prison sentence in 2010 for hitting his ex-girlfriend in front of two of their children at 5 a.m.

According to a review of his criminal history on the Clark County website, he admitted guilt to two counts of battery domestic abuse over five months in 2001 and 2002. He was sentenced to two days of house arrest and 48 hours of community service. Three other accusations, including stalking and violating a protection order, and obstructing a police officer, were dropped.

Mayweather was detained and charged with two charges of violence in November 2003 after an altercation with two ladies at a Las Vegas nightclub, according to the police. Later, the Associated Press reported, he was found guilty of misdemeanor battery and sentenced to 100 hours of community service.

Mayweather admitted guilt in December 2011 to one count of misdemeanor battery domestic abuse and two counts of harassment for punching the mother of three of his children, entering a no-contest plea. He received a 90-day jail term with a 60-day release period.

4. Adrien Broner

Numerous offenses have resulted in Broner’s arrest and incarceration, including robbery, assault, gun possession, domestic abuse, and intoxication in public. Adrien Broner, a former four-division world champion, was arrested in Atlanta’s Fulton County Jail for misdemeanor sexual violence. After a morning court appearance, according to the jail records, Broner was freed on $2,000 bail by Tuesday afternoon.

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