Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/18/14
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Milton Bradley has been charged with domestic abuse against his estranged wife and reportedly is facing up to 13 years in prison if convicted on all 13 charges. You may recall that Bradley was arrested in Sept. 2011 for allegedly swinging a bat at his wife. A month later it was revealed that his wife says Bradley threatened to kill her during that incident. Bradley was also charged with domestic violence in Jan. 2011. His wife filed a domestic violence last Nov., claiming that Milton tried choking her. According to TMZ, the city has filed charges against Bradley related to five separate incidents. These are the charges he’s reportedly facing: - 4 counts of spousal battery - 4 counts of criminal threats - 2 counts of assault with a deadly weapon - 2 counts of vandalism - 1 count of dissuading a witness from making a report The only good news is that both parties have filed for divorce, so hopefully they will avoid future incidents. Though, if Bradley ends up in jail, the only incidents he’ll be dealing with will be in prison. The post Milton Bradley charged with domestic abuse, facing 13 years in prison appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Milton Bradley’s Wife Alleges Ex-Outfielder Was Going to Shoot Her to Death Milton Bradley Arrested After Allegedly Swinging Bat at His Wife Milton Bradley Designated for Assignment by Mariners, Who Will Pick him up?
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