Former Broncos RB Montee Ball Sentenced to 60 Days in Jail For Domestic Violence
Former Denver Broncos running back Montee Ball has been arrested not once, not twice, but three times in 2016 so far. For the next 60 days, he won’t have to worry about being arrested again, as he was sentenced to 60 days in jail for two separate domestic violence cases.
“Ex-NFL running back Montee Ballhas just been sentenced to 2 consecutive 30 day jail sentences stemming from 2 different domestic violence incidents.
The 25-year-old — who last played for the Denver Broncos — cut a deal with prosecutors and pled guilty to 2 counts of disorderly conduct and 1 count of battery from incidents involving 2 different women.
One woman accused Ball of beating her up at a Madison, WI hotel back in Feb. The other woman claimed Ball got physical with her in March.
In addition to the jail time, Ball was also sentenced to 18 months probation.”
Back in February, it was reported that Montee Ball grew angry with his girlfriend and hurled her through a table during an argument the couple had in their hotel room at the Hampton Inn. In March, he was charged with strangulation and suffocation as well as substantial battery to another woman.