Warrant Issued For Adrien Broner
Former four division world champion Adrien Broner has been issued for his arrest regarding an incident that occurred in September.
A Las Vegas judge has issued a warrant for the boxer’s arrest after not attending a hearing in his Las Vegas battery case, Broner claims it was a misunderstanding.
Back in September, Broner was caught shoving a woman and then punching a man in the face during a wild outburst on the Las Vegas strip.
Broner was cited for battery and ordered to appear in court Monday, but due to Broner’s absence the judge issued a warrant.
TMZ reached out to fighter, who claimed that if he would have known about the hearing, he would have appeared.
Court records show the summons that was supposed to be sent to Broner was returned to the court because it was “not deliverable as addressed.”
Broner has had numerous outside-the-ring issues over the years – including earlier this year when someone shot up his car (with Broner still in it) following a verbal altercation.
Broner, a four division world champion, was in the ring back in July, when he lost a twelve round unanimous decision to Mikey Garcia at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.