Gervonta Davis sentenced to 90 days of house arrest

Posted 05/05/2023

Just a few weeks ago Gervonta Davis reached the pinnacle of her career by knocking out the popular and undefeated Ryan Garcia in a huge pay per view event. Now, however, the Baltimore fighter will have plenty of time to reflect on a hit-and-run accident he was involved in in late 2020, as he was sentenced by a Baltimore judge to 90 days of house arrest and three years probation. supervised. Judge Althea M Handy delivered the sentence Friday at the Elijah E Cummings Court Building.

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Davis, who has won numerous world titles during his undefeated and tough career, was driving a Lamborghini Urus SUV on Nov. 5, 2020 when he decided to run a red light. The Lamborghini later struck a Toyota Solara, injuring several passengers in that car, including a pregnant woman. Davis and the two people with him fled the scene into an associate’s car and drove off. Davis pleaded guilty last year, but Melissa M Phinn decided to pursue the case anyway, as one of the victims had asked Davis for help at the scene. «I begged Mr. Gervonta Davis, I looked into his eyes,» the woman claimed (via The Guardian). “I said, ‘I have to go home to my daughter, I’m pregnant.’ He never came to help me.»

The 28-year-old Davis has had a history of run-ins with the law over the years, including allegations of mistreatment of women. Though he is a magnificent fighter, the man’s woes outside the ring have damaged what could have been a lauded and inspiring story. Like many fighters Davis comes from a poor background but has found tremendous success through hard work, talent and dedication to the craft. His life would be an extraordinary story, his life would simply contain the same order found in his razor-sharp performances in the ring.

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