Floyd Mayweather’s Protege, Adrien Broner Sued For Sexual Battery
Adrien Broner is reportedly being sued for sexual battery by the woman who accused him of inappropriately groping her at the Lenox Square shopping center in Georgia back in February.
Recall that the former boxing champ was whisked away by the Atlanta police and booked for misdemeanor sexual battery after he allegedly grabbed a woman by her genitals while shopping at the Louis Vuitton store.
Broner denied the accusation, but the woman, now identified as Kaila Crews, has dragged him to court.
According to TMZ Sports, Crews alleges in her lawsuit that Broner approached her and “swiped his hand across [her] private parts”, adding that “at no point had Plaintiff given [Broner] permission to touch any part of her body.”
Crews claims she suffered emotional distress from the incident and says Broner needs to pay up for any injuries she experienced, along with pain and suffering.
This is not the first time the boxer will having run ins with the law.
In recent years, he has been accused of various crimes including robbery charges and an arrest for allegedly beating up a guy at a bowling alley in early 2016. Also, he was also cited for misdemeanor battery after allegedly choking a nightclub waitress in Las Vegas in 2016.
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