It seems as though Adrien Broner has run into more legal trouble.
In a video obtained by TMZ, Las Vegas Metro police officers were seen detaining the 30-year-old boxer on Friday afternoon. Sources tell the outlet that Broner was arrested after he refused to leave the MGM Grand Garden during the Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury weigh-in. Broner was reportedly banned from the venue back in November, but it's unclear why.
Insiders told TMZ that Broner was taken to county jail to be processed. He's expected to be released with a misdemeanor trespassing citation. Stay tuned as more information becomes available.
The former world champion has not stepped into the ring since his January 2019 loss to Manny Pacquiao. Since then, Broner has faced a number of legal issues, most notably a sexual battery case in which he was ordered to pay the victim more than $800,000. Prior the case, Broner was hit with a misdemeanor battery charge for allegedly choking a Las Vegas waitress in 2016; an aggravated robbery charge for allegedly robbing someone at an Ohio bowling alley that same year, and an arrest in 2017, after he spotted driving in a vehicle riddle with bullet holes.
Broner took to Instagram after his release, and seemed nonplussed about the whole ordeal.