LeBron James' Mother, Gloria, Reaches Plea Deal From Last Year's Arrest
LeBron James’ mother, Gloria, reached a plea deal with prosecutors today stemming from an incident at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami last year, TMZ reports.
Last April, James was charged with public intoxication after allegedly assaulting a valet attendant. According to the police report, she was upset that her car was not promptly retrieved.
The deal will reportedly require her to complete 20 hours of community service and to donate $1000 to the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund. She will also be forced to stay away from Rockfeller Sorel, the man she allegedly assaulted. According to reports, this is not the first time James has been in trouble with the authorities. She was also arrested in 2006 on a Driving Under Intoxication charge.