Broner Tweets Address From Jail On Heels Of Indictment

Professional boxer Adrien Broner was indicted Thursday, April 14, 2016 on charges of felony assault and robbery in Cincinnati, Ohio.

(AllHipHop News) In what could be called an untraditional move, boxer Adrien Broner, who was indicted Thursday, April 14, 2016 on charges stemming from an altercation on January 21, 2016 where it is alleged that Broner brandished a gun, beat and stole money from a man outside of a Cincinnati, Ohio bowling alley after a gambling dispute over $14000, has tweeted his address to receive communications from fans at the Hamilton County Justice Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he will be held until April 22, 2016.

Broner’s incarceration on Tuesday, April 12, 2016 is not directly tied to Thursday’s indictment for alleged felony assault and robbery at gunpoint, but as reported in The Guardian, is part of a 10 day sentence that Broner began serving on Tuesday morning in connection to a probation violation related to a drunk driving arrest in 2015 to which Broner had previously entered a plea of no contest to reckless driving in exchange for six months probation.

Should Broner be found guilty on these charges of felony assault and robbery, he could be sentenced to serve up to 26 years in prison.