The 27 year-old, who has found himself on the wrong side of regulations on many occasions in the recent past, was bailed at 5am on Thursday morning after being picked up in Covington.
Broner’s was due to explain a disorderly conduct charge before a county judge, but never showed up and was subsequently sought by the authorities.
Only last summer, ‘The Problem’ as he is aptly nicknamed, was released after serving a month in prison stemming from behavior surrounding an assault and robbery charge, which were later dismissed.
Whilst the American’s talent inside the ring goes unquestioned, Broner’s continued brushes with the law outside of boxing are a cause for concern.
Linked with massive world title clashes at both 140 and 147 pounds, Broner risks losing out on millions of dollars if he doesn’t straighten his ways and avoid police interest.
A split decision win over Adrian Granados in February represents the last time Broner took part in a professional bout, having lost his super-lightweight title on the scales ten months earlier.
The Ohio man had already claimed recognized belts at super-featherweight, lightweight and welterweight since bursting onto the scene in the late 2000’s.