Jackson Mahomes pleads no contest, gets 6 months probation [Update]


Updated March 9: Jackson Mahomes was sentenced Thursday to six months probation by a Johnson County judge after pleading no contest in a misdemeanor battery case.

Mahomes, the younger brother of Kansas City Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, had initially faced three counts of aggravated sexual battery and the misdemeanor battery charge.

In other Kansas City Chiefs-adjacent news, Andy Reid’s son Britt recently had his DUI sentence commuted after he hit two cars going 84 mph and had a blood alcohol content of .113 hours after the accident.

Updated Jan. 4: Prosecutors in Kansas officially dismissed three felony charges against Patrick Mahomes’ brother, Jackson, on Wednesday afternoon, according to reports. Jackson Mahomes appeared at a hearing Wednesday, where the charges were officially dropped.

The loathsome TikToker was accused of grabbing a woman — who owned the restaurant Mahomes was patronizing — and kissing her against her will.

A misdemeanor battery charge remains from the night in question, to which the 23-year-old has already pled not guilty.

Attorney Brandan Davies maintains Jackson Mahomes’ innocence, saying in a statement that his client “has done nothing wrong. We had full confidence that the truth of the matter would ultimately be revealed.”

Felony charges against Jackson Mahomes, the obnoxious younger brother of NFL star Patrick, could be dropped as prosecutors claim the alleged victim is no longer cooperating. Officials at the Johnson Country, Kansas District Attorney’s Office filed a motion to dismiss all charges against the wannabe influencer Tuesday.

According to court documents obtained by TMZ, prosecutors representing the restaurant owner who claimed Jackson forcibly kissed her inside her Overland Park business in February 2023 have now apparently said she does not wish to move the trial forward. She wishes “the matter to be dismissed as to anything involving” her, the gossip outlet reported.

Prosecutors still tried to move the case forward without her involvement, citing in case documents that the incident “was captured in its entirety on surveillance footage.” However, the alleged victim reportedly claimed she would say “that she had not been truthful to the police and that the encounter with [Mahomes] was consensual,” according to TMZ.

A judge is expected to make a ruling on the filing during a hearing on Wednesday, dismissing the three felony charges would bring the case down to one misdemeanor battery charge. (Jackson reportedly shoved a waiter at the restaurant on the same as the alleged incident involving the owner.)

“Like I said from the beginning,” Mahomes’ attorney Brandon Davies said in a statement to FOX 4 KC Tuesday, “Jackson has done nothing wrong. We had full confidence that the truth of the matter would ultimately be revealed. The defense will reserve further comment until the remaining count is disposed of.”

The 23-year-old pled not guilty to the charges when they were initially filed. He has been out on bond since May.

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