NFL’s Sean Smith Pleads Guilty to Assault … Begins Jail Sentence
Ex-Oakland Raiders cornerback Sean Smith was simply remanded into custody to start a 1-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to felony attack originating from a 2017 attack in Pasadena.
As we formerly reported, Smith beat the hell from his sibling’s partner in Old Town Pasadena on July 4– punching and stomping the guy so terribly, he suffered 5 facial fractures.
The victim needed significant cosmetic surgery consisting of a metal plate under his best eye.
Smith at first pled innocent, however ultimately struck a handle district attorneys where he accepted plead guilty to felony attack by ways of force most likely to produce terrific physical injury.
In exchange, Smith got 1 year in jail and 5 years probation. The judge likewise informed Smith he’s not enabled to own a weapon– for the rest of his life. He’s likewise purchased to pay the victim restitution.
Smith was handcuffed and collared right in the courtroom to start his sentence. He currently has 1 day of credit under his belt– so just 364 more days to go.
Smith– who had actually signed a $40 million agreement with the Raiders in 2016– was confronting 7 years behind bars. The Raiders officially cut Smith Monday night.