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Call this one of those “What is wrong with America,” moments. Tuesday morning, Chad Johnson started making the rounds after his short incarceration after he smacked his attorney in the butt in front of a judge during a probation hearing. What do we mean by making the rounds? By being one of the segments this morning for housewives to watch on Good Morning America. Host Robin Roberts, who has gone face-to-face with the President of the United States, asked Johnson about his less-than-a-week stint in the pokie, and about his future career in football (he’s done). Unfortunately your browser does not support IFrames. Yes, this really did happen. Look how sad Johnson looks. Because nobody wants him. Except Terrell Owens, and nobody wants him, either. H/T SportsGrid
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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.
Former NFL player Chad Johnson has been released from jail after serving only seven of his thirty day sentence. Johnson issued [..]
They were some of the most flamboyant players in the NFL, and their friendship is just as strong as ever.
Terrell Owens visited Chad Johnson in county jail Saturday. Johnson was sentenced to 30 days in jail after slapping his attorney on the backside after initially looking like he avoided jail time.
It seemed to by an eye-opening experience for Owens .
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Chad Johnson is still in jail, almost a week after a Florida judge felt Johnson wasn’t taking the proceedings seriously. Chad is expected to be in court Monday to see if the judge’s ruling will stick. Over the weekend, Chad’s former teammate and BFF, Terrell Owens went to visit him in jail. For Terrell it was a sobering experience to see his friend locked up and also probably...
Following his heroic incourt buttslap adventure – it’s worth watching, I promise – Chad Ochocinco used the last play he had left with that wonderful female judge to get him out of his 30 day jail stint: the magic words. And no, they weren’t “get a sense of humor, *****.”
“I just wanted to apologize for disrespecting the court last time. I apologize. I did have time...
Chad “Ochocino” Johnson was set to avoid jail time last week. As the judge was explaining what he had to do instead of being behind bars (community service, etc.), Johnson [...]
It’s time for the publicity hound known as Chad Ochocinco or Chad Johnson to simply go away. Last week, Johnson made news once again after slapping his attorney on the ass in court just like he’d slap a lineman after scoring a touchdown. Johnson wasn’t on the gridiron though, he was in a courtroom and the judge did not find his antics amusing and gave him 30 days in jail.
Terrell Owens paid a visit to his friend and former teammate, Chad Johnson, in jail. It was a humbling experience for the outspoken former NFL superstar.
Chad Johnson should’ve been punished for playfully slapping his lawyer’s butt in court, but I’m not sure jail time was the answer. Amazingly, Johnson is still locked up nearly a week later. Despite his lawyer’s attempts, the judge hasn’t budged […]
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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
Maybe Chad Johnson is finally turning over a new leaf.
The wide receiver was released from jail Monday after seven days behind bars. Johnson’s original 30-day sentence stemmed from an incident where Johnson patted his lawyer’s backside in a court appearance, and Judge Kathleen McHugh did not take kindly to Johnson making a mockery of her court room. Johnson was released early...
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...