Boxer Gervonta Davis, who just improved to 29-0, was sentenced to 90 days of home detention after he was charged with 14 counts from an alleged hit-and-run in November 2020.
Davis faced more than seven years in prison for the accident, which left four people injured. Along with the 90 days at home, he must serve 200 hours of community service.
Davis faced four counts of failing to return and remain at the scene of an accident involving a bodily injury. He also was charged with failing to report an accident, driving with a suspended/revoked license and failure to stop at a red light.
The 28-year-old pleaded guilty to four traffic violations in February.
This is not the first time Davis has been in legal trouble. The boxer is being sued for allegedly causing “multiple bodily injuries” after sucker-punching a parking attendant in a New York City garage in February.
He also was arrested on domestic violence charges in December, but the accusations were dropped.
He was also charged with battery of his ex-girlfriend three years ago.
Last month, Davis defeated Ryan Garcia, who also was previously undefeated, with a seventh-round knockout at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.