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Jackson Mahomes, brother of NFL superstar and reigning NFL champion with Kansas City Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes, has been placed under arrest by Kansas police following investigations into a complaint alleging would have been part of a sexual assault on a young woman.
According to reports from portals such as TMZ, jackson mahomes was arrested in the early hours of this Wednesday and he would carry up to three counts of aggravated sexual assault, as well as one count of misdemeanor assault.
The events for which the quarterback’s younger brother is being charged date from a meeting at a restaurant last February, where Jackson allegedly harassed the owner of the premises and tried to kiss her repeatedly, all of this allegedly under the influence. of alcohol.
As if that were not enough, he also allegedly pushed a manager at the Aspens Restaurant and Lounge, as the place is known, which would have represented the charge of misdemeanor assault.
The entire incident was captured on a local surveillance camera, which would have been the strongest evidence for Jackson’s arrest.
Jackson Mahomes was later released on bail
It was also known that Jackson Mahomes was released hours later after bail was canceled to the local police.
According to reports, bail would have been assessed at $100,000 and although he was released, he will still have to deal with the trial of the accusations that could take place in the coming weeks.
So far, the Mahomes’ lawyer, Brandan Davies, pointed out that his protégé has not committed any punishable act and that they will collaborate with the authorities in the investigations of the case.
“Our investigation has revealed substantial evidence refuting the claims of Jackson’s accuser, including the statements of several witnesses. We have reached out to law enforcement to provide the fruit of our investigation so they can have a full picture of the matter,” Davies stated.
If convicted for the alleged sexual assault, Jackson Mahomes could face penalties ranging from financial fines to more than four years in prison.