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All around nice guy Milton Bradley has been busy lately. Bradley denies the charges against him, brought by his soon-to-be ex-wife (the two are in the middle of a contentious divorce, no doubt brought on by the fact that he’s around the house quite a bit more often now).
Milton Bradley is probably not a good person.
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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...
Former Major League Baseball outfielder Milton Bradley has been charged with abusing and assaulting his wife. Racking up 13 total misdemeanor counts, Bradley could face up to 13 years in prison if found guilty on all of the charges.
Bradley and his attorney have denied all charges and contend that his estranged wife simply made up the allegations.
Bradley and his wife are currently...
For those of you that were hoping that life after baseball would cause everyone's favorite human being Milton Bradley to transform into Wacky Uncle Milton, think again. Thanks to the interwebz and twitter, this USA Today story came across my feed. Reaffirming that Bradley was, in fact, still a steaming pile of dog ****. Of course, being the avid baseball fan that I assume...
Former Los Angeles Dodgers and Seattle Mariners outfielder Milton Bradley has been charged with abusing his estranged wife and faces up to 13 years in jail if convicted, city prosecutors announced Friday.
Bradley, 34, was charged on Thursday with 13 misdemeanor counts of assault with a deadly weapon, vandalism and dissuading a witness from making a report.
In addition to jail time...
Former baseball player Milton Bradley, 34, is facing jail take after several alleged attacks on his estranged wife, Monique.
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Former outfielder Milton Bradley faces up to 13 years in prison if convicted of charges involving abusing his estranged wife. Bradley faces 13 misdemeanor counts of assault with a deadly weapon, vandalism and dissuading a witness from making a report. In addition, if convicted Bradley would have to pay $13,000 in fines and [...]
Former Dodgers and Mariners outfielder Milton Bradley could be facing up to 13 years in jail and $13,000 in fines relating to domestic abuse charges. Bradley was charged on Friday with four counts of spousal battery, four counts of criminal threats, two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, two counts of vandalism and one count [...]
M’s try for a splash
The Mariners hotstove has been quiet since the acquisition of Raul Ibanez a few weeks ago. But things have heated up this week, with MLB Trade Rumors reporting that the M’s made a legitimate attempt at Arizona Diamondbacks rightfielder Justin Upton.
The trade seemed like a done deal, until Upton invoked his no-trade clause.
This was an interesting development...
For those of you who missed this weekend’s news about Milton Bradley – Former Los Angeles Dodgers and Seattle Mariners outfielder Milton Bradley has been charged with abusing his estranged wife and faces up to 13 years in jail if convicted, city prosecutors announced Friday. Bradley, 34, was charged on Thursday with 13 misdemeanor counts of assault with a deadly weapon, vandalism...
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