Boxer Gervonta Davis is being charged ‘for punching a New York parking lot attendant in the chest’ last March…
Boxer Gervonta Davis is in trouble again and is reportedly being charged with beating a parking attendant on the chest in March 2022 in New York.
According to TMZDavis was frustrated when two parking attendants took the time to get the keys to his car – a Cadillac Escalade – and told an employee, Arturo Jimenez, “stop playing with me.”
Jimenez then claims that Davis punched him in the chest, causing multiple injuries.
Apparently, a Jimenez associate witnessed the incident with an enraged Davis yelling and cursing. It is alleged that he first refused to pay his parking fee, then finally did so and drove away.
Jiminez was reportedly unable to work and had medical bills as a result of the injury.
Gervonta Davis is in trouble and is reportedly being charged with punching a parking attendant
The 28-year-old Davis is undefeated in 28 fights, recording 26 KO’s
It comes on the day Davis took to social media to announce another fight against Ryan Garcia.
Davis wrote on his Twitter: “April 22, 2023, Las Vegas, the time has come! Davis Garcia GOOOOO’.
Davis pleaded guilty on Thursday to charges stemming from a November 2020 hit and run that left four people injured, officials said.
His case was scheduled for trial, but Davis entered a guilty plea instead. His sentencing is scheduled for May 5.
Davis, 28, had just left a nightclub in downtown Baltimore on the morning of the crash. According to the indictment documents, he was driving a 2020 Lamborghini when he ran a red light and crashed into a Toyota.
The Lamborghini crashed into a fence after hitting the Toyota, and surveillance video from a nearby convenience store showed the driver, later identified as Davis, and a female passenger quickly leaving the scene in a black Chevy Camaro that had come to pick them up, participation documents. The Camaro later arrived at a Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Baltimore.
Davis, whose driver’s license was suspended, fled to the hotel before Baltimore police arrived at the crash site, where police said the occupants of the Toyota suffered bruises, cuts and sprains. They were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment, police said.
Davis initially faced more than a dozen counts. He pleaded guilty to four: leaving the scene of an accident resulting in bodily injury, failing to report property damage to an owner, driving with a revoked license and running a red light.
The news comes out on the day Davis announced his next fight against Ryan Garcia in April
Last December, Davis was arrested for domestic violence, but he spoke out against the allegations in a lengthy and at times whimsical social media post that he later deleted.
Davis broke his silence a day after the arrest, and just hours after his release from prison, defiantly dismissing allegations that he hit a woman with a “hand-like slap.”
He said in a lengthy post on his Instagram profile, which has since been deleted, “I NEVER HAVE MY HANDS ON MY CHILD MOTHER NOR MY F***ING DAUGHTER ARE YOU F****** CRAZY!!
“I’ve been quiet for too long. I don’t have a media team, PR, good lawyer… spokesperson none of that… that’s the only reason I’m doing this now! Just to clear my name!
“(I) have a horrible helicopter flying over my house right now as I write this because they consider this money for them and are trying to get as much money as possible.”
In his previous fight in January, Davis defeated Hector Luis Garcia after a brutal eighth-round barrage that left him telling his corner he couldn’t see.
The 28-year-old Davis is undefeated in 28 fights, recording 26 KO’s.