Gervonta Davis received some bad news this weekend, when a Baltimore judge rejected a plea agreement offered by Davis’ attorneys and ruled the case against him because of an alleged incident that happened. released in 2020 must be brought to trial.
The incident in 2020 left four people seriously injured and the judge ruled that the deal, which would see ‘Tanks’ serve a one-year suspended prison sentence as well as 60 days of house arrest, was too lenient and inadmissible. represent full justice. victim in the case.
As a result, the pay-per-view star could face jail if the two-day trial is scheduled to begin on December 12.ordernot beneficial to you.
One of the crash victims, Jyair Smith, was a mother who was also pregnant at the time. Ms Smith insists she personally asked Davis for help before the star fled the scene.
“I beg Mr. Gervonta Davis; I looked him in the eye, I said I have to go home to my daughter, I’m pregnant.
He never once came to help me. He took his belongings and left the “scene.”
Needless to say, this is not the fight Davis wants to see this year.
The three-weight world champion has been closely linked with a big money showdown with Ryan Garcia, with a recent online exchanges between the two of you aroused excitement among fans that a meeting in the ring could be unified.
However, recent developments seem like Garcia’s fight – like any other – will need a lot of focus.