Green's probation is for disorderly conduct and property damage.

By Jenna West
April 19, 2018

Former Packers running back Ahman Green was sentenced to 18 months of probation for one count of disorderly conduct and one count of criminal damage to property on Thursday in Wisconsin, according to the Green Bay Press Gazette.

Green entered an Alford plea deal, reports the Gazette, which is similar to a no-contest plea. It allows Green to maintain his innocence while avoiding going to trial. 

The former football player was also dismissed from a felony charge of child abuse. Green got into a physical altercation with his then-15-year-old daughter in June 2017 when she refused to do the dishes, reported the Green Bay Press Gazette.

In addition to his probation, Green must also pay a $500 fine.

On Thursday night Green tweeted that he entered the plea to spare his daughter and family from "the emotional trauma of a trial."

Green played in the NFL for 12 seasons, spending eight years with the Packers. 

Update: This story previously stated that Green's probation was for a child abuse charge. The charge was dismissed. 

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