Charges have been pressed against Jackson Mahomes in relation to a sexual battery case. Despite this, he is attempting to garner sympathy by modifying his Twitter bio. Unfortunately for him, it is unlikely that the public will excuse his actions.
According to TPS;
Jackson Mahomes is in some trouble right now, having gotten hit with four criminal charges earlier this month.
The 23-year-old, brother to Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, was accused of forcing himself on a restaurant owner by grabbing her throat and kissing her multiple times following the Chiefs’ Super Bowl win in February.
He was arrested on May 3 before posting $100,000 to secure his release and has since appeared in court after being charged with three counts of aggravated sexual battery, as well as misdemeanor battery as he was also accused of shoving a restaurant waiter in a separate incident.
It appears Jackson is fishing for sympathy online as his Twitter bio now reads: “Sup I get Bullied a lot but I’m still here.” At least it did when the screenshot below was taken.
Jackson has received public support from both his mother Randi Mahomes and his sister-in-law Brittany Mahomes. However, the Chiefs quarterback hasn’t offered anything in the way of encouragement or rebuke on a public front.
The TikTok star made an appearance in court this Tuesday as he sought to gain access to four persons he was disallowed from contacting as per the terms of his bond. A judge has permitted him to speak to three of the four. Not a bad deal, right?
Jackson will return to court in August.
You can see below how Jackson Mahomes is using his Twitter bio to help gain some sympathy from the public:
“Sup I get Bullied a lot but I'm still here”
-Jackson Mahomes bio
— MLFootball (@_MLFootball) May 17, 2023
It’s a bold strategy, Cotton. Let’s see if it pays off. Best of luck, Jackson. You’re going to need it.