Boxer Charlo arrested on felony theft fees


WBC middleweight champion Jermall Charlo was arrested Wednesday on felony theft fees following an alleged dispute with a waitress over a bar tab.

In line with Texas courtroom data, Charlo was booked on Wednesday on three counts of second-degree theft stemming from an incident in July. Charlo posted bond for all three fees and was launched.

In line with the data, Charlo and others have been at a bar in San Antonio the evening earlier than Charlo’s brother, Jermell, fought Brian Castano for the undisputed junior middleweight title. In line with the police affidavit, Charlo didn’t pay a “massive bar invoice” after his bank card was declined thrice.

Bar staff informed police that Charlo accused a waitress of shedding his bank card and demanded she pay the invoice as a substitute. The affidavit states that surveillance video reveals Charlo going via two of the waitress’ invoice assortment binders, which contained his identification and one other buyer’s money fee. When the binders have been returned, police mentioned, they have been empty.

Whereas the surveillance video had no audio, the affidavit states that Charlo yelled that he would “f— you all’s s— up.” The Texas penal code states {that a} theft cost is escalated to a second-degree felony if it includes a risk or “locations one other in worry of imminent bodily harm or loss of life.” The crime is punishable between two and 20 years and a effective of as much as $10,000.

Charlo (32-0, 22 KOs), 31, is ESPN’s top-ranked middleweight. He’s coming off a profitable title protection over Juan Macias Montiel in June.

A spokesperson for Premier Boxing Champions, which manages Charlo, declined to remark.

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