The full arrest video featuring former world champion Adrien Broner has been released by police in Covington, Kentucky.
Footage shows Broner on the pavement after being extracted from his rented Suburban SUV, having just been shot at a number of times.
Despite being shaken, Broner was taken into custody and released on bail on a separate warrant for disorderly conduct from 2014.
In the video, Broner is heard stating, ‘I just got shot at. They tried to kill me, man and y’all gonna arrest me?’ and ‘Man, I ain’t going nowhere. I’m rich as f***’ after police put cuffs on the ‘About Billions’ star..
Pointing out his was due to fight again in June, police loosened Broner’s handcuffs at one point in or to relieve the pressure.
The 27 year-old, who has found himself on the wrong side of regulations on many occasions in the recent past, was fired at several times with a 9mm handgun after enjoying a night out in the city,
Broner is due to appear in court on April 27 stemming from the incident three years ago and unrelated to the shooting.
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.