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Former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson told ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Tuesday that he’s learned his “lesson” after spending seven days in jail and thinks “everyone deserves a second chance.” The 35-year-old was released from jail on Monday after he apologized to Broward
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Chad Johnson explained why he slapped his lawyer on the butt during court in an interview with "Good Morning America." See what else he had to say.
After serving only seven days of his 30-day jail sentence, Chad Johnson was granted an immediate release after issuing an apology to Judge Kathleen McHugh.
Broward County Circuit Judge Kathleen McHugh can step out of the spotlight now that she has set Chad Johnson free.
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In newly filed court documents, Chad Johnson claims that he only makes $3,000/month, which is a far cry from the millions he used to make as a wide receiver with the Cincinnati Bengals a few years ago.According to a report, Johnson's expenses outpace the income coming in, which has been calculated to the tune of $45,982.76 per month.Johnson has been in a battle with his baby...
Former NFL player Chad Johnson has been released from jail after serving only seven of his thirty day sentence. Johnson issued [..]
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Chad Johnson is out of jail way ahead of his 30-day sentence.
Johnson, who’s playful slap of his lawyer’s backside landed him behind bars, had his prison sentence trimmed to seven days and he was released after a hearing on Monday, according to the Associated Press.
The man formerly known as Ochocinco offered Broward County, Fla., Jude Kathleen McHugh, who slapped him with the...