A tough week just got even tougher for Adrien Broner.
Yesterday, we told you about how Broner was going at it with his “big brother” Floyd Mayweather—again—as a result of some comments that Mayweather made about him on Tuesday. And now, TMZ Sports is reporting that Broner is a wanted man in Cincinnati, Ohio as a result of an incident that took place back in January.
According to documents obtained by TMZ Sports, Broner allegedly used a gun to rob a man outside of a Cincinnati bowling alley on January 21 after losing a series of bowling bets to him. The unidentified victim told police that, after he won thousands of dollars from Broner that night, Broner approached him outside and punched him in the face and the neck. According to the victim, Broner then went to his car, retrieved a gun, and robbed the man of all the money he had in his wallet. The victim reportedly had to be hospitalized after the incident.
The documents TMZ Sports obtained reveal Broner has been charged with aggravated robbery and felonious assault, and there is reportedly a warrant out for his arrest. So far, Broner hasn’t spoken about the incident, but he did post this on Instagram just six days ago:
We’ll be sure to let you know when he responds to the TMZ Sports report.
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[via TMZ Sports]