Athletes and the law thread


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Barret Robbins

Now here's a name from the past. Robbins was the guy who went on a bender on the eve of the Super Bowl. He was so wasted that he didn't even play in the game the next day. He was also kicked off a team for steroid use. In the past he's been charged with attempted murder, drug possession, felon batter & he's been shot 3 times by law enforcement.

How would you like to have this guy as your neighbor?

Barret Robbins, the massive former Oakland Raiders All-Pro offensive lineman with a history of mental illness and legal entanglements, was arrested again Tuesday night, this time over possession of cocaine.
Robbins, 45, was pulled over in Pompano Beach when an officer noticed him driving a white Kia with stolen tags. According to the arrest form, before being taken into custody, Robbins informed the officer that he knew the tag didn’t belong on the vehicle and that there was a crack pipe inside the car.
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John Wetteland

The future isn't looking bright for this all star.

John Wetteland, a former All-Star and World Series MVP, has been charged in Texas with continuous sex abuse of a child under age 14.
Wetteland, 52, was arrested Monday and freed on $25,000 bond

According to a consolidated complaint and probable cause affidavit, Wetteland is accused of having a child perform a sex act on him, beginning in 2004 when the child was 4, and that it happened twice more during a two-year period.
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Former Hoya is in deep s&^t

Former student athlete. I bet he doesn't know much about history, biology, science books, french, geography, trigonometry & algebra. What he does/did know is how to dribble a ball and throw it through a hoop. He also didn't learn that it's not OK to sexually attack people, especially people that have in intention of having sex with you. John Thompson must be so proud of this demon.

Moms, if you have young children, please don't go around dating sex offenders and exposing your children to their nonsense.

[FONT=&quot]Former Georgetown University basketball player Victor Page is facing attempted rape and other charges,

[FONT=&quot]According to court documents, the victim’s mother said Page needed to pried off of the teenage girl, that he chased her, and that he choked her and tried to pull her pants off.

[FONT=&quot]Page knocked on the victim’s door around 10:30 p.m. on Dec. 30.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]When she opened the door, he reportedly threw down a cigarette, threw her on the floor, and choked her.[/FONT]
[FONT=&quot]The 17-year-old was able to escape, but Page reportedly caught up with her and tried to rape her again before neighbors rescued her.

[FONT=&quot]Page remains behind bars and is facing several charges, ranging from attempted rape to child sex abuse.[/FONT]
Here's the best part:
[FONT=&quot]Page has an extensive criminal history, including assault, indecent exposure, and sex offense.[/FONT]
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NYC's finest put a lion in it's cage

Punch a cop, go directly to jail. Do not collect $200.

Detroit Lions linebacker Trevor Bates was arrested for skipping a cab fare early Saturday morning, and allegedly flew into a rage while in custody and punched a police sergeant, the New York Post reported.Bates was primarily a special-teams player for the Lions this season, making three tackles and appearing in nine games.

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Antonio Brown

Smacking his baby's momma and other assorted shenanigans.

Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown allegedly pushed the mother of his daughter to the ground on Jan. 17 in Hollywood, Florida, according to a police incident report obtained by ESPN.
The Hollywood Police Department on Tuesday acknowledged that Brown was involved in a domestic dispute last month,

Brown has five children -- four sons and one daughter.

This is Brown's second recent legal issue in South Florida, where he was born and raised.
In October, he faced two lawsuits from an April incident during which Brown allegedly yelled at security and threw items off an apartment balcony, according to documents obtained by ESPN.

A guardian of a 2-year-old boy is suing Brown for "intentional infliction of emotional distress and assault" after items flung from the 14th floor of the Mansions at Acqualina nearly hit the child,

On the morning of Nov. 8, Brown was cited for driving over 100 mph in Ross Township, Pennsylvania. That evening, after the Steelers' Week 10 victory over the Carolina Panthers, Brown declined comment when approached by ESPN, then told teammates that reporters couldn't catch him as he walked out of the locker room. Before the season, Brown publicly threatened an ESPN writer over a story examining the intersection of Brown's media stardom with his off-field life.
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A Turkish footballer is facing a lifetime ban after shocking footage showed him allegedly attacking a rival player with a sharp object.

Amed SK ace Mansur Calar is believed to have concealed a razor blade in his hands during the pre-match handshakes, before he can be seen slashing at Sakaryaspor midfielder Ferhat Yazgan, The Sun reports.