Adrien Broner sex tape: Girlfriend says she's split with cheating boxer
A video has surfaced that reportedly shows American professional boxer Adrien Broner cheating on his girlfriend Arie Nicole. The video, which contains sexually explicit footage of Broner allegedly performing oral sex on a woman, has caused Nicole to react on social media.
Responding to a tweet that shared the video, Nicole announced that they had in fact not been together for some time now. She wrote, “That’s not my (N-word) haven’t been my (N-word) in a very long time.. i can careless wtf he doing. Move around off me.”
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That’s not my nigga haven’t been my nigga in a very long time.. i can careless wtf he doing. Move around off me— ❤Arie❤️ (@MissLouieBags) June 13, 2021
It’s unclear who leaked the footage but Broner seems unconcerned. Broner also reportedly took to Instagram to say in his stories that, “One thing about me I’m single and living with no regrets,” and “I ain’t cheated on nobody.”
Last year, rapper Danielle "Bhad Bhabie" Bregoli, who was a minor, called the boxer out for sliding into her DM. She shared on her Instagram story a screenshot of the message that Adrien sent him: "text me crazy girl."
Back in 2018, Broner was booked into Fulton County Jail in Atlanta on a misdemeanor sexual battery charge. Broner was accused of groping a woman at Lenox Square, an Atlanta shopping mall. The boxer who was then scheduled to headline a Showtime-televised event against former lightweight world titleholder Omar Figueroa Jr even drew flak from the network. "We're very concerned about the reported behavior and will continue to monitor the situation, as well as potential repercussions for his scheduled fight," a Showtime spokesman said.
Broner has been arrested and jailed numerous times, including for robbery, assault, gun possession, domestic violence and public intoxication. In fact, just the following year, he had another sexual assault charge. In December 2019, Broner was ordered to pay nearly $830,000 to a woman who accused him of sexually assaulting her in a Cleveland nightclub. A judge in Cuyahoga County awarded the victim $500,000 in punitive damages, $250,000 in compensatory damages, and ordered Broner to pay her legal fees.
The incident reportedly took place in June 2018. The victim and her friend went to a nightclub in Cleveland’s Warehouse District after Game 4 of the NBA Finals, and both were invited back to the club’s VIP section.
Both women told police that Broner came up to the victim from “out of nowhere," laid on top of her, and started forcibly kissing her. She said Broner told her to shut up and kiss him during the attack. Her friend tried to pull the boxer off the woman, failed, and asked others to help.
The other men she turned to were reportedly unwilling to help because they knew Broner was a boxer. According to the victim, he only got up because someone came up and attempted to take a picture. The victim and her friend went to the police immediately after the incident.
Broner was arrested and charged with gross sexual imposition, and misdemeanor sexual imposition, and abduction. Later, he pleaded to the lesser misdemeanor charges of assault and unlawful restraint, and was sentenced to probation. The victim said in court that she developed PTSD.