Ahman Green Enters Plea For Punching 15-Year-Old Daughter in The Face

Ahman Green has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in his child abuse case. The incident happened last year June, where the former running back allegedly punched his 15-year-old daughter in the face. The former Green Bay Packers star was arrested in Wisconsin and was charged with felony child abuse and disorderly conduct.

41-year-old Green admitted to getting physical with his daughter and confirmed that he pushed her. Green says that he was only trying to discipline his child because she refused to do the dishes. Green felt that his actions didn’t cross the line. Prosecutors went ahead with the case and were able to strike a plea deal with Green.

Green agreed to enter an Alford Plea to two lesser misdemeanor charges (disorderly conduct and criminal damages) TMZ Sports. For those who don’t know, an Alford Plea is a form of a guilty plea in which the accused denies wrongdoing but admits there is enough evidence to get a conviction.

Prosecutors requested no jail time for Green. It’s likely that Green will get 18 months probation, fines, anger management and will have to write a letter of apology to his daughter.

Green released a statement insisting that his name has been cleared of child abuse.

“I have never and would never abuse anyone, including my daughter whom I love, dearly. While I have no doubt in my mind that I would have been successful in front of a jury of my peers in defending myself against all charges, even the two minor charges to which I have entered a no-contest plea, I decided as a father that I did not want to put my daughter, and the rest of my family, through the emotional trauma of a trial.”

Prosecutors requested no jail time for Green. It’s likely that Green will get 18 months probation, fines, anger management and will have to write a letter of apology to his daughter.

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