Joey Porter pleads guilty to disorderly conduct of bouncer and police officer
Steeler coach Joey Porter shows up with his attorney. Expected to plead guilty in court. Stay tuned. pic.twitter.com/KeBdZWhvt4
— Lynne Hayes-Freeland (@PghLynne) February 21, 2017
Today Joey Porter pleaded guilty to assaulting a bouncer and a police officer. The charges were brought down to disorderly conduct and was fined only $300 bucks. The fun part tonight of all this is the surveillance videos were finally released.
I’m thinking the same way as you after watching this. $300 was actually too much of a fine. He didn’t do anything in this video. How they were hyping this one up you would have thought he killed two guys. At the beginning they were actually discussing bringing up terrorist charges. Getting deeper into the story you find out why all of the charges were so trumped up. The arresting officer has a crazy past which actually involve getting fired from a department. The officer who’s name is Paul Abel actually pistol whipped a guy while he was off duty plus he must have been a Browns fan.