Sunday, February 7, 2016

Charles Barkley is heading to the slammer

Charles Barkley is going to jail. The Sixers legend pleaded guilty yesterday in an Arizona court to two counts of driving under the influence over a Dec. 31 incident, TMZ has reported.

Charles Barkley is heading to the slammer

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Charles Barkley is going to jail. The Sixers legend pleaded guilty yesterday in an Arizona court to two counts of driving under the influence over a Dec. 31 incident, TMZ has reported.

Barkley was sentenced to 10 days in jail, but will only serve five if he completes an alcohol-education program. He must also pay a $2,000 fine before his sentence starts on March 21. Barkley, you may recall, amusingly told arresting officers that he had ran a stop sign because he was in a hurry to receive oral sex from a woman whom he was picking up across the street. And speaking of blowing, the AP reports  Sir Charles will be required to install a breathlyzer type ignition device on his cars.

We wish the Round Mound of Rebound all the best in lockdown.
 

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