Bradley facing 13 years in prison and Husband of the Year Award
- Updated: January 11, 2013
According to TMZ.com, Bradley is facing 13 years in prison for a variety of attacks on his estranged wife (how could she not stay with a guy this awesome?).
The City Attorney’s Office has filed charges against Bradley stemming from 5 different incidents. The charges break down like this: 4 counts of spousal battery, 4 counts of criminal threats, 2 counts of assault with a deadly weapon, 2 counts of vandalism and 1 count of dissuading a witness from making a report.
Remember, this is the guy that tried to go after a Kansas City Royals announcer for making comments that he felt were disparaging during a game.
Monique, Milton’s wife, filed a report of domestic violence in November 2012 when he apparently tried to choke her with both hands as a response to her asking him to stop smoking weed in front of the kids. But, that’s a pretty normal response I would think. It’s one thing for someone to ask you to stop smoking weed…but to ask you to stop doing it in front of your children? Now, you’re being a bossy wife.
And I thought weed chilled you out? Guess not.
But, it gets better. In August of 2011, Milton allegedly attacked her with a bat. Wow! She must have asked him to stop doing blow in front of the kids!
In March of 2012, you don’t even want to know what she asked him to stop doing in front of the kids, but he threatened her with a knife. He allegedly said, “You’ll be dead bitch before you divorce me.” Why do we feel like, at the very least, he was telling the truth?
Both have now filed for divorce, which some relationship experts might agree is best for all involved.
Bradley has played with the Montreal Expos, Cleveland Indians, Los Angeles Dodgers, Oakland Athletics, San Diego Padres, Chicago Cubs, Texas Rangers and Seattle Mariners…all since 2000. What’s that say? He was pretty good at baseball, but a colossal turd of a human being.