Broner's legal woes continue.
Adrien Broner reportedly failed to appear in Broward County court once again on Wednesday, and the judge promptly issued a warrant for his arrest.
According to TMZ Sports, Broner was scheduled to appear in court earlier this week stemming from a December 2017 speeding incident. In fact, he was actually spotted at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Thursday night, taking in the Lakers vs Minnesota Timberwolves game.
The 29-year-old boxer was reportedly arrested on December 7, 2017 for having no driver's license, speeding, no registration or proof of insurance, but he has been MIA in the court room ever since. He was arrested just two days before Christmas in Broward County for failing to appear in court for the same incident back in December.
In addition to his legal woes, Broner suffered a defeat at the hands of Manny Pacquiao last week.
Following the loss, a delusional Broner told Showtime interviewer Jim Gray, "I beat him, everybody out there know I beat him. Everybody out there know I beat him, I controlled the fight, he was missing, I hit him plenty more times. I beat him."
When Gray asked what's next for the 29-year old fighter now that he is 3-3-1 in his last seven matches, Broner quipped, “I’m 3-3-1 in my last seven but I’ll be 7-0 against you." Gray got the last laugh, however, as he quickly responded, “Well that wouldn’t mean much, that’s the end of this interview.”