Brandon Underwood pleads no contest to disorderly conduct
Brandon Underwood pleaded no contest to a reduced charge of disorderly conduct, closing the books on the most recent run-in with the law for the former Green Bay Packers defensive back.
Underwood was charged following a dispute with his estranged wife after the Packers Super Bowl ring ceremony on June 16. He paid a fine of $767.50, according to the Green Bay Press-Gazette. It is considered a non-criminal offense. Last summer, Underwood was tangled up in a case with two prostitutes at a Wisconsin resort.
One of the final cuts by the Packers this season, Underwood allegedly ripped a necklace off his wife Brandie Underwood outside the couple’s home.
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