Date: 16th December 2016 at 6:36pm
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Across the pond things have turned a little sour for the reigning WBC and WBO world super-lightweight champion, Terence Crawford.

Just days after successfully his titles against John Molina, Crawford finds himself in jail.

Crawford has been sentenced to a 90-day jail sentence, given a two-year probation period and told to do 120 hours of community service after falling foul of the law.

It seem s that 29-year-old Crawford was found guilty of disorderly conduct and damage to property at a facility in Omaha, Nebraska, where his car was being re-sprayed.

Apparently, having paid half for the work rendered Crawford refused to pay for the remainder stating that he was unhappy with the work carried out.

Confronting the owner, Crawford managed to forcefully remove his car which was placed on a hydraulic lift, in doing so Crawford forcibly removed an engine, weighing 600lb, so that his car could be moved.

Crawford then tied a rope to his car and towed it away.

‘You’ve continued to act as if you are above the law, and you are not’.

Under Nebraska?s state guidelines, Crawford is expected to spend 50 days behind bars.

How the mighty fall!