REPORT: Adrien Broner Forced To Pay $830K To Sexual Assault Victim

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Adrien Broner has had a whirlwind of a boxing career that has been more about him and his antics outside of the ring than his actual talent in the ring.

The former boxing champ was just recently hit with a $830,000 judgment against him in connection with a June 2018 incident at The Park Social Lounge in Cleveland, according to TMZ.

“Boxing star Adrien Broner has been ordered to pay more than $700k to a woman who claims AB sexually assaulted her at a nightclub back in 2018, court records show.

As we previously reported … the woman using the alias Katherine Larson claimed she was sitting on a couch when Broner smothered her and shoved his tongue down her throat at a Cleveland nightclub on June 8, 2018.

The woman claims Broner continued the assault until his friend pulled him off her.

Turns out AB already owes even more to the victim … ’cause the court awarded prejudgment and post-judgment interest, meaning Broner owes another $46k.

Which brings the grand total to nearly $830k … and that number will continue to go up until he pays.”

Broner was indicted on Oct. 29, 2018 on charges including gross sexual imposition, with him pleading guilty to assault and unlawful restraint, and was sentenced to probation.

Broner has a professional record of 33-4-1 with 24 knockouts.