Criminal History: Obstruction of justice
Time Behind Bars: N/A
Nothing good happens at a club after midnight, especially when you're talking mad shit to a pro bowl linebacker. In January 2000, Ray Lewis was out with friends when some shoving in an Atlanta bar led to punches in the parking lot and eventually the stabbing death of two Akron 20-somethings.
The Pro Bowler and his crew sped away in a stretch limo, allegedly ditched Lewis' blood-stained suit in a fast food dumpster, and then lied to investigators in the days following the incident. Murder charges were reduced to a misdemeanor obstruction of justice when Lewis agreed to testify against a couple of his friends.