Broner Sued For Sexual Battery

With less than a month until Adrien Broner returns to the ring, the boxer has been sued for sexual battery, due to an incident from earlier this year.

Per a report from TMZ, Broner is being sued by Kalia Crews, who claims that Broner approached her at Atlanta’s Lenox Square shopping center and  “swiped his hand across [her] private parts.”

“At no point had Plaintiff given [Broner] permission to touch any part of her body,” Crews’ lawsuit states.

Part of the incident was captured on video, including Broner being confronted and arr by police for misdemeanor sexual battery.

Crews claims includes her suffering emotional distress from the incident and that the boxer, who had an incident in the summer of 2017, where he knocked a man out on the Las Vegas strip, must pay for any injuries, as well as pain and suffering.

As of now, Broner is still set to face Jessie Vargas on April 21st in Brooklyn.

 

Original Story: TMZ

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