List of professional sportspeople convicted of crimes

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This list includes sports-people who have been convicted of serious crimes (such as felonies in the United States). It comprises both professionals and those amateurs who have competed at the highest levels.

American football (gridiron)[edit]

Name Team when arrested Crime Term Notes
Kevin Allen free agent sexual assault 15 years[1] Released after 33 months.
Will Allen Retired Wire fraud and money laundering Six years in prison, three years of supervised release, and ordered to pay restitution of $16.8 million (along with co-defendant)[2]
Michael Bennett Cut wire fraud 15 months[3]
Josh Brent Dallas Cowboys intoxication manslaughter 180 days and 10 years' probation[4]
Plaxico Burress New York Giants Attempted criminal possession of a weapon 2 years Conviction was a plea bargain for an incident in which Burress accidentally shot himself in a nightclub.[5] Eligible for parole in April 2011;[6] released June 7, 2011.[7]
Billy Cannon Retired Counterfeiting 5 years[8] Served 2½ years. Had been elected to the College Football Hall of Fame before his conviction in 1983, but the Hall rescinded the honor before his scheduled induction. The Hall elected him a second time in 2008 and he was inducted at that time.[8]
Rae Carruth Carolina Panthers conspiracy to commit murder 24 years[9] Projected Release Date October 22, 2018[10]
Cecil Collins Miami Dolphins burglary 15 years[11] Released after serving 13 years[12]
Maurice Clarett Free agent armed robbery, possession of a concealed weapon without a permit, failure to maintain current lane 7½ years Clarett was released to a halfway house after less than four years.[13]
Russell Erxleben Retired conspiracy to commit securities fraud, mail fraud and money laundering then wire fraud and money laundering 7 years then 7½ years[14]
Michael Floyd New England Patriots Extreme DUI 24 days in jail, 96 days of house arrest, 30 hours of community service and a $5,115.99 fine[15] Floyd was found unconscious in his car in the middle of a road at 2:48 a.m. with a .217 blood alcohol content.[16] He originally faced seven charges but pleaded to one.[15]
Irving Fryar Retired Conspiracy and theft by deception (mortgage scam) 5 Years[17]
Dwayne Goodrich Dallas Cowboys criminally negligent homicide 12½ years[18] Hit and run accident. Released after serving approximately eight years.[19]
Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson Retired sexual assault, bribery 4 years, 8 months released after serving 28 months[20]
Darryl Henley Los Angeles Rams drug trafficking, attempted conspiracy to commit murder 42 years[21] expected release date: March 28, 2031[22]
Aaron Hernandez New England Patriots first-degree murder Life without parole[23] The 27-year-old former tight end for the New England Patriots hanged himself with a bedsheet attached to a window in his cell at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Massachusetts, April 19, 2017.
Travis Henry Cut drug trafficking 3½ years[24] served 2 years and 5 months[25]
Jimmy Hitchcock Retired Fraud, Bribery and Money Laundering 46 months[26] to be followed by two years of supervised release[27]
Sam Hurd Chicago Bears Conspiracy to possess cocaine and marijuana with intent to distribute 15 years[28]
Mark Ingram, Sr Retired Money Laundering and Fraud 7 years in prison and up to 5 years of probation. Ordered to pay $252,000 in restitution. Given an additional two years in prison for jumping bail to see his son Mark Ingram, Jr play for the University of Alabama.[29] released 2015
Tank Johnson Chicago Bears probation violation relating to weapons possession 120 days served 60 days[30]
Johnny Jolly Green Bay Packers drug possession, evidence tampering, violating probation[31] 6 years served six months[32]
Tommy Kane Seattle Seahawks manslaughter 18 years[33]
Ryan Leaf Retired burglary, drug possession 5 years[34] Released after serving 2½ years.[35]
Jamal Lewis Baltimore Ravens using a cell phone to facilitate a drug deal 4 months [36]
Leonard Little St. Louis Rams involuntary manslaughter 3 months[37] involved in fatal car crash while intoxicated.
Derek Loville Retired racketeering conspiracy 15 months, $5,000 fine Loville was charged for his role in a drug trafficking ring but pleaded guilty only to racketeering[38]
Kevin Mack Cleveland Browns drug use six months Mack was charged with cocaine trafficking, using a motor vehicle for drug abuse and possessing criminal tools but pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.[39] He served only a month at the Ohio State Reformatory.[40]
Dexter Manley Washington Redskins drug possession, evidence tampering 4 years (1996) 2 years (2002) served over three years total[41]
Dave Meggett Retired criminal sexual conduct and burglary 30 years previously convicted of misdemeanor sexual battery[42]
Bam Morris Kansas City Chiefs drug trafficking 30 months released after serving two-and-a-half years[43]
Mercury Morris Retired drug trafficking 20 years Served 3 years. Released early after a plea agreement in which he pleaded no contest to felony drug trafficking charges.[44]
Eric Naposki Cut first-degree murder life in prison without the possibility of parole[45]
Nate Newton Retired drug trafficking 7½ years (two separate convictions)[46] released after serving about two-and-a-half years[47]
Lawrence Phillips Retired assault, separate incident of assault with a deadly weapon (intentionally driving into victims) 31 years total previously sentenced to 10 years on driving charge, which was reduced to seven years during sentencing for assault charge against his girlfriend in 2009.[48] In 2016, while awaiting trial regarding the death of his cellmate, Phillips committed suicide in prison after serving 7+ years.[49]
Alabama Pitts Pre-career armed robbery 8–16 years Pitts was released after six years and also played minor league baseball after his release.[50]
Joe Prokop Retired tax evasion, fraud 1½ years in prison and 2½ years of home confinement[51]
Saleem Rasheed Retired food stamp fraud, immigration fraud 8 months in prison followed by 8 months of home detention followed by 3 years of supervised release, $500 fine, $5,551 restitution Rasheed falsesly claimed a woman as his wife on immigration forms and collected food stamps despite being ineligible.[52][53]
Two counts of School Employee Engaging in a Sex Act 3 years Rasheed was charged with two counts of School Employee Engaging in a Sex Act and two counts of School Employee Engaging in a Deviate Sex Act stemming from consensual sex acts with of-age girls while he was a schoolteacher. He pleaded guilty to the two lesser charges.[53][54]
Robert Rozier Retired[55] multiple murders multiple convicted of four murders, served 10 years and placed in witness protection after testifying against Yahweh Ben Yahweh, later sentenced to 25 to life on check kiting charge under three strikes rule[56]
Art Schlichter Retired 1997 – forgery, theft 16 years[57] committed over 20 felonies related to gambling, released from prison in June 2006[58]
2012 – fraud, theft 10 years, 7 months[59] 7 months were related to his probation from an earlier conviction.[60]
Austin Scott Retired drug dealing 6 to 23 months sold marijuana to undercover cops[61]
Darren Sharper Retired rape (multiple counts) 20 years[62] Also sentenced in United States Federal Court to 18 years, running concurrently with the 20-year sentence imposed by California, as well as sentences in Arizona, Nevada and Louisiana. While the Federal conviction is shorter, it does not allow for the possibility of parole, giving it a later date of possible release.[63]
O. J. Simpson Retired robbery, kidnapping 9 to 33 years[64] See also O. J. Simpson robbery case.
Anthony Smith Retired first degree murder Three life sentences without parole[65]
Alonzo Spellman Cut interference with a flight crew, simple assault[66] 18 months served one year
C.J. Spillman Dallas Cowboys sexual assault five years[67]
Donté Stallworth Cleveland Browns DUI manslaughter (Driving under the influence of alcohol) 30 days' incarceration, 2 years' house arrest [68]
Michael Vick Atlanta Falcons conspiracy, related to dog fighting[69] 23 months[70] See also Bad Newz Kennels dog fighting investigation.
Nate Webster Cut unlawful sexual conduct with a minor 12 years[71]
Stanley Wilson Sr. Retired burglary 22 years sentence was under a third strike provision[72]
Keith Wright Cut multiple charges including sexual assault, armed robbery, kidnapping and burglary 114 years to life, plus 120 years[73] series of home invasion robberies and assaults

Association football[edit]

English leagues[edit]

Name Team when arrested Offence Sentence Notes
Jimmy Gauld Everton F.C. conspiracy to defraud 4 years See 1964 British betting scandal[74]
Peter Swan Sheffield Wednesday F.C. 4 months
Tony Kay
David Layne
Tony Adams Arsenal F.C. Drunk driving 4 months Released after serving 57 days[75][76][77][78][79]
Joey Barton Newcastle United F.C. Assault, affray 6 months[76] [79][80]
Manchester City F.C. Assault 4 months, 2 years suspended [81]
George Best retired Drink driving, assaulting police, failing to answer bail 3 months [76][77][79]
Danny Simpson Leicester City F.C. Assault 300 hours of community service[82]/ Replaced with a 22:00 to 06:00 curfew for 21 days[83]
Steve Brooker Bristol City F.C. affray 28 days Released after serving 14 days.[78][84]
Scott Brown 120 hours' community service Brooker, Brown, Orr and Partridge were convicted for the same incident where they were involved in an assault on a doorman.[78][84]
Bradley Orr 28 days
David Partridge affray and bodily harm 2 months Released after one month[78][84]
Marcus Bent Retired affray and possession of a Class A drug Suspended 12-month prison sentence, a two-month curfew and 200 hours of compulsory unpaid work [85]
Eric Cantona Manchester United F.C. Assault 2 weeks Released after 24 hours. Later overturned in favour of 120 hours' community service after appeal[86]
Gary Charles Retired Drink driving prison sentence not specified [76][87]
Breach of bail conditions prison sentence not specified Illegally removed electronic tag to go on holiday, therefore breaching court conditions[76][87]
Assault occasioning actual bodily harm 9 months suspended, 100 hours' community service [88][89]
Assault 12 months [90]
Gary Croft Blackburn Rovers F.C. Driving while disqualified, perverting the course of justice 4 months [91]
Ched Evans Sheffield United F.C. Rape 5 years [92] Released on licence in October 2014; conviction quashed in April 2016 and a retrial ordered.[93] Evans found not guilty at retrial[94]
Terry Fenwick Leicester City F.C. Drink driving 4 months [76][79]
Callum Flanagan Manchester United Dangerous driving 8 months Timm and Flanagan were convicted for the same incident where they were street racing[95]
Mads Timm 12 months
Jack Fountain York City Conspiracy to defraud 15 months See 1964 British betting scandal
Lee Hughes West Bromwich Albion F.C. Causing death by dangerous driving 6 years [76][77][96]
Gavin Grant Bradford City murder Life imprisonment Eligible for parole after 25 years.[97]

Cleared of a 2005 murder in 2007.[98] Murder he was convicted of took place in May 2004, before the start of his professional career.[98]

Adam Johnson Sunderland Rape [99]
Marlon King Barnet F.C. Wounding 80 hours' community service
Fraudulent use of vehicle license, theft fined £280
Credit card fraud Community rehabilitation order
Gillingham F.C. Obtaining property by deception and criminal damage 6 months' community rehabilitation order
Handling stolen cars 18 months reduced to 5 months on appeal[100]
Assault and unprovoked attack fined £1000
Watford F.C. Assault fined £300
Wigan Athletic F.C. Sexual assault and assault occasioning actual bodily harm 18 months[79][101]
Jamie Lawrence n/a Robbery 4 years Released after 26 months[76][77][102]
Guy Madjo Retired Sexual assault three-and-a-half years [103]
Jan Mølby Liverpool F.C. Reckless driving 3 months [77]
Luke McCormick Plymouth Argyle F.C. Driving with excess alcohol, Causing death by dangerous driving 7 years 4 months Eligible for parole in three-and-a-half years' time[104]
Bob Newton Hartlepool United Causing death by reckless driving 9 months [105][106]
Jermaine Pennant Birmingham City F.C. Drink driving whilst banned 90 days released after 30 days, served rest of sentence wearing electronic tag[76][77][79]
Brian Phillips Mansfield Town Conspiracy to defraud 15 months See 1964 British betting scandal
Tom Pope Crewe Alexandra Affray 200 hours' community service and a 6-month suspended jail sentence[107]
Micky Quinn Portsmouth F.C. Driving whilst banned 21 days served 14 days[77][78]
Graham Rix Chelsea F.C. Underage sex, indecent assault 12 months Placed on sex offenders' register for 10 years[108]
Luke Rodgers Shrewsbury Town Affray Fines, cautions, community service Was denied a US work permit and therefore unable to sign for the New York Red Bulls due to his conviction.[109][110][111][112][113]
Peter Storey Retired running a brothel £700 fine and 6-month suspended [76][78][114][79][115]
car theft 2 years
counterfeiting 3 years
smuggling pornographic movies 28 days
disorderly behaviour 28 days
Mickey Thomas Wrexham F.C. Counterfeiting 18 months [76][77][78][79][116]
Stig Tøfting Bolton Wanderers F.C. Assault 4 months [78][95]
Vinnie Jones Queens Park Rangers assault causing actual bodily harm and criminal damage £300 fine plus 100 hours' community service [117][118][119][120][121]
Retired Air rage 80 hours' community service, fined £500
Mark Ward Retired Possession of drugs with intent to supply 8 years Released after serving four years[79][122]
Dennis Wise Chelsea F.C. assault 3 months Later acquitted on appeal[123]

Scottish leagues[edit]

Name v Team when arrested Offense Sentence Notes
Duncan Ferguson Rangers F.C. Assault 3 months served 44 days[76][78][79][124]
Craig Thomson Heart of Midlothian F.C. lewd libidinous and indecent behaviour. £4,000 fine and sex offenders' register entry for 5 years [125]
Josh Meekings Inverness Caledonian Thistle Breach of the peace Not imprisoned, but was given Absolute Discharge [126]

Dutch Football League[edit]

Name Team when arrested Offense Sentence Notes
Patrick Kluivert AFC Ajax Causing death by dangerous driving 240 hours' community service [127]

Brazilian Football League[edit]

Name Team when arrested Offense Sentence Notes
Bruno Fernandes de Souza C.R. Flamengo Murder of former girlfriend, hiding body, kidnapping 22 years [128] Released February 2017

Iranian leagues[edit]

Name Team when arrested Offense Sentence Notes
Sosha Makani Persepolis F.C. Publishing pictures that lead to the spread of corruption and prostitution in society 5 days [129]

International football[edit]

Name Team when arrested Offense Sentence Notes
Guus Hiddink Russia Tax fraud 6 months suspended, €45,000 fine [130]

Athletics (track and field)[edit]

Name Discipline(s) Offense Sentence Notes
David Jenkins Sprinter (400 meters) Trafficking of anabolic steroids 7 years Released after 9 months[116]
Marion Jones Sprinter (100 meters, 200 meters), Long Jump Obstruction of justice, perjury 6 months & 200 hours' community service[131] Also played professional basketball
Tim Montgomery Sprinter (100 meters) fraud
drug distribution
46 months[132]
5 years[133]
Sentences to be served consecutively
Oscar Pistorius Sprinter (100, 200 and 400 meters) Premeditated murder 13 years & 5 months[134] Initially sentenced to 5 years for culpable homicide. Conviction was changed to premeditated murder by an appeals court, and sentence was extended to 6 years in November 2016.[135] On further appeal the sentence was extended to 15 years less time served.[134]
Steve Riddick Sprinter (100 meters) Money laundering & fraud 5 years & 3 months[136]
Christos Tzekos possession and storage of illegal substances 12 months suspended for 3 years[137][138] Originally sentenced to 33 months suspended for perjury along with Ekaterini Thanou and Konstantinos Kenteris, who was sentenced to 31 months' probation for the same charge but all cleared on appeal.

Australian rules football[edit]

Name Offense Sentence Notes
Arthur Brennan Bigamy 12 months [139]
Brett Cooper Drug offences 5 years [140]
Ben Cousins Stalking, drug and driving offenses 1 year [141]
David Dench Fraud 4 months [142]
Merv Dihm Assault occasioning actual bodily harm 3 years Didn't serve the full sentence[143]
Andrew Krakouer Assault 16 months Served his sentence at the Wooroloo Prison Farm[144]
Neville Linney Burglary 2 years [145]
Paul Tilley Intentionally causing serious injury 18 months 12 of the 18 months were suspended[146]


Name Team when arrested Offense Sentence Notes
Willie Mays Aikens Kansas City Royals attempted possession of cocaine 3 months, $5,000 fine Aikens was arrested, charged and sentenced with teammates Willie Wilson and Jerry Martin. They were the first active MLB players ever to be sentenced for drug violations.[147]
Retired drug possession with intent to distribute, gun possession 20 years, 8 months Released to a halfway house after serving 14-plus years due to a retroactive change in sentencing guidelines.[148]
Vida Blue Free agent possession of cocaine 3 months, $5,000 fine, 2 years' probation Blue was arrested in the same investigation as teammates Willie Mays Aikens, Willie Wilson and Jerry Martin but faced a steeper charge.[149]
Barry Bonds Retired obstruction of justice 2 years' probation; 30 days' home confinement[150] Conviction appealed, overturned 2015.[151][152] See Barry Bonds perjury case.
Milton Bradley Seattle Mariners spousal battery, assault with a deadly weapon and making criminal threats 2 years and 230 days' imprisonment, plus 400 hours of community service[153]
Gates Brown Pre-career breaking and entering Brown was arrested at 18 years old in 1958. After being scouted at the Ohio State Reformatory by the Detroit Tigers in the fall of 1959, the club helped him get early parole.[154]
Matt Bush Tampa Bay Rays Two counts of DUI with property Damage, one count of DUI with serious bodily injury, one count of leaving the scene of an accident, one count of driving with a suspended license & two counts of leaving the scene of an accident with damage to the property 51 months[155] Released October 2015, after serving 3½ years.[156]
Ken Caminiti Retired cocaine possession 3 years' deferred adjudication for felony cocaine possession in March 2001, which was adjudicated in October 2004 due to a probation violation for testing positive for cocaine. Sentenced to 180 days with credit to having served 189 days.[157]
Rick Camp Retired conspiracy to stealing money from a mental health agency 3 years Released on March 28, 2008[158]
Jose Canseco Free agent battery 1 year probation[159] Canseco was sentenced in January 1998 for hitting his wife and signed the next month with the Toronto Blue Jays.
Free agent felony aggravated battery, two counts of misdemeanor battery 3 years' probation, 250 hours' community service, anger management classes Canseco and his twin brother, Ozzie, were involved in a nightclub fight in Miami Beach on Halloween 2001 when Canseco was under contract with the Chicago White Sox.[160]
Retired violation of probation 2 years' house arrest, 3 years' probation Canseco failed to take court-ordered anger management classes. He had announced his retirement from MLB the year before.[161]
Retired drug smuggling 1 year probation Canseco tried to bring a fertility drug into the United States from Tijuana.[162]
Ozzie Canseco Retired felony battery, misdemeanor battery 18 months' probation, 200 hours' community service, anger management classes Canseco and his twin brother, Jose, were involved in a nightclub fight in Miami Beach on Halloween 2001.[160]
Retired violation of probation 1 year, 5 years' probation Canseco was arrested on charges of possessing an illegal anabolic steroid, driving with a revoked license and possession of drug paraphernalia.[163]
Orlando Cepeda Retired drug possession 5 years Cepeda served 10 months.[164]
Pearce Chiles Philadelphia Phillies theft 2 years Chiles served less than 16 months before escaping the Huntsville Prison in Texas on August 19, 1902[165]
Bobby Chouinard Colorado Rockies aggravated assault 1 year, $25,000 donation to a domestic violence charity, 10 public service announcements[166] After pleading guilty following an incident in which he held a gun to his wife's head, Chouinard was sentenced to four increments of three-month prison terms during MLB's offseasons. He was allowed 42 hours to work out at Coors Field and visit with his family every week.[167]
Alex Cole Retired drug possession with intent to distribute 18 months[168]
Chad Curtis Retired Criminal Sexual Conduct 7–15 years[169] Earliest release date is September 13, 2020.[170]
John D'Acquisto Retired conspiracy, uttering a forged instrument, two counts of wire fraud 63 months[171]
investment fraud 55 months D'Acquisto's second sentence ran concurrently with his first sentence and he served only 4 years total.[172]
Doug DeCinces Retired fourteen counts related to insider trading awaiting sentencing Each count carries a maximum of 20 years in prison.[173]
Lenny Dykstra Retired bankruptcy fraud, concealment of assets, money laundering, auto theft, indecent exposure approximately six years (three separate sentences)[174] Released in June 2013 after serving a total of 13 months (7 while awaiting sentencing, 6½ afterwards). Remains on probation for three years, and also must pay restitution of $200,000 and complete both community service and substance abuse rehab.[175]
Ferris Fain Retired cultivating marijuana 4 months' house arrest, 5 years' probation[176] Authorities believed a jail sentence would have aggravated his arthritis and leukemia.[177]
cultivating and possessing marijuana for sale 18 months Fain served his sentence at California State Prison, Solano.[178]
Dwight Gooden Retired fleeing police, violation of probation (drug use) 1 year Gooden served 7 months[179]
Mark Grace Retired endangerment, DUI 4 months followed by 3 years of supervised probation Grace had been arrested for DUI twice in 15 months and could have faced up to three years in prison if he had not pleaded guilty.[180]
Mel Hall Retired three counts of aggravated sexual assault of a child and two counts of indecency with a child 45 years[181] Serving his sentence at Coffield prison in Texas. Eligible for parole in 2031.[182]
Pinky Higgins Retired Negligent homicide 4 years' labor Released after serving 2 months. Died from a heart attack the day after being released.[183]
Charlie Hoover Retired forgery 5 years Released in May 1902.[184]
Steve Howe Banned attempted possession of cocaine 3 years' probation, $1,000 fine and 100 hours' community service While a pitcher for the New York Yankees, Howe was banned from baseball in June 1991 for failing his seventh drug test. Howe was arrested in December for buying two grams of cocaine in a federal drug investigation and pleaded to a lesser charge in April 1992.[185]
New York Yankees attempting to bring a loaded, unlicensed handgun on an airplane 3 years' probation and 150 hours' community service Howe had previously been reinstated by MLB and was arrested while under contract with the Yankees but his sentence was not handed down until the fall following what would be his final season in 1996.[186]
LaMarr Hoyt San Diego Padres drug smuggling 45 days, 5 years' probation, $5,025 fine Hoyt tried to cross the border from Mexico with 500 pills. It was his second arrest for bringing in drugs from Mexico. He pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor.[187]
Retired violation of probation, possession of cocaine and marijuana with intent to distribute 1-year and 7-month concurrent sentences Hoyt tested positive for cocaine while on probation. Separately, drugs were also discovered in his home.[187]
Pat Jarvis Retired fraud 15 months[188]
Ricardo Jordan Retired drug trafficking 7 years[189] listing at Florida DOC
Shoki Kasahara Yomiuri Giants gambling-related charges 14 months, suspended for four years Kasahara personally placed ¥4.5 million in bets on baseball games and helped to run a gambling ring.[190]
Jerry Koosman Retired Tax evasion 6 months Released on June 30, 2010.[191]
Ron LeFlore Pre-career armed robbery 5–15 years[192] LeFlore started playing baseball in prison and was scouted by Detroit Tigers manager Billy Martin at Jackson State Prison.
Esteban Loaiza Retired Cocaine-related crimes Awating sentencing Loaiza is facing 10 years to life in prison[193]
Josh Lueke Texas Rangers false imprisonment with violence 62 days followed by three years of felony probation[194] Lueke was charged with rape and non-consensual sodomy but pleaded no contest to a lesser charge.
Julio Machado Milwaukee Brewers murder 12 years[195] released after serving four years[196]
Jim Mahady Retired Second degree manslaughter 6–12 years Sentence commuted after three years by the Governor of New York, Herbert H. Lehman.[197]
Jerry Martin Free agent attempted possession of cocaine 3 months, $2,500 fine Martin was arrested, charged and sentenced with teammates Willie Mays Aikens and Willie Wilson. Martin's fine was half that of his teammates because he was near "financial catastrophe."[147]
Denny McLain Retired drug trafficking, embezzlement, and racketeering 12 years prior sentence overturned after he served two years, released after plea-bargain.[198]
conspiracy, theft, money laundering and mail fraud 8 years released after serving six years[198]
Byron McLaughlin Retired Money laundering Fled the country before being sentenced. Current whereabouts unknown, presumed to be in France.[199]
Raúl Mondesí Retired embezzlement eight years, $1.3 million fine Mondesí was found guilty of embezzling $6.3 million as the mayor of San Cristobal, Dominican Republic.[200]
Blue Moon Odom Retired selling cocaine 90 days[201] Odom sold a small amount of cocaine to a coworker at a Xerox factory.
Hiroshi Ogawa Retired murder, theft life[202]
Jerry Priddy Retired extortion 9 months Released after serving 4½ months.[203]
Pedro Ramos Retired aggravated assault 18 months' probation Ramos threatened a bar owner with a revolver.[204]
speeding, drunk driving, carrying a concealed weapon 3 years Ramos was released after serving about half of his sentence for his probation violation.[204]
Pete Rose Banned tax evasion 5 months[205]
Blackie Schwamb St. Louis Browns murder life Schwamb was sentenced in 1949 but granted parole from San Quentin State Prison in 1960.[50]
Sammy Stewart Retired drug possession 80-105 months Released after serving 80 months.[206]
Darryl Strawberry Retired drug possession, solicitation of prostitution 18 months Sentence was suspended in 1999, reinstated after 2002 parole violation[207]
Brien Taylor Retired distribution of crack cocaine 38 months followed by three years of supervised release[208] Taylor, one of two players picked first overall in the MLB draft to never reach the major leagues, was released in 2014.
Hank Thompson Retired Armed robbery 10 years served three years[209]
Ugueth Urbina Philadelphia Phillies Attempted murder 14 years[210] Served 5½ years; released December 22, 2012.[211]
Willie Wilson Kansas City Royals attempted possession of cocaine 3 months, $5,000 fine Wilson was arrested, charged and sentenced with teammates Willie Mays Aikens and Jerry Martin.[147]


Name Team when arrested Offense Sentence Notes
Darrell Allums Retired robbery (eight convictions) nine years[212] Six other charges of robbery were dropped[213]
Greg "Cadillac" Anderson Retired drug trafficking five months[214]
Marvin Barnes Spirits of St. Louis probation[215]
Spirits of St. Louis gun possession (violation of probation) one year served five months
Retired burglary four months[216]
Billy Ray Bates Retired robbery; assault seven years[217]
Lonny Baxter Mens Sana Basket gun possession two months[218]
William Bedford Retired transportation of drugs ten years[219]
Mookie Blaylock Retired vehicular homicide fifteen years, with agreement to serve three[220]
Corie Blount Retired felony marijuana possession one year[221]
Luther "Ticky" Burden released/retired (New York Knicks) receiving stolen property two years Originally sentenced to 6 to 18 years for Bank Robbery,[222] conviction was voided.[223]
Keon Clark Retired driving under the influence, felony weapon possession eight years[224] Projected parole date of July 18, 2017, approximately 3½ years into sentence.
Javaris Crittenton Retired voluntary manslaughter with a weapon and aggravated assault with a firearm 23 years in prison and 17 years of probation[225]
Nate Driggers Retired felon in possession of stolen guns eight years Driggers bought and sold 30 stolen guns in Chicago. He had previous convictions for selling counterfeit goods and drug charges.[226]
Richard Dumas released/retired burglary three years' probation.[227]
Tate George Retired wire fraud (Ponzi scheme) nine years[228] will also have to serve three years' supervised release and pay $2.55 million in restitution.
Anthony Grundy Retired driving while intoxicated, five counts of failing to appear in court, two probation violations two years Grundy had three prior DWI convictions. He was arrested a fourth time for DWI in 2011 and, instead of facing the charges, left the country to play abroad until he was arrested again in 2017.[229]
Allen Iverson Bethel High School (Hampton, Virginia) maiming by mob five years pardoned by Governor Douglas Wilder after serving 4 months, conviction later overturned on appeal.[230] See also No Crossover: The Trial of Allen Iverson, a TV documentary on this case.
Henry James Retired dealing cocaine five years[231][232]
"Fast" Eddie Johnson Retired burglary, robbery, drug possession, sexual assault on a minor various, given life sentence in 2008[233] [234][235]
Art Long Retired narcotics distribution, illegal firearms possession six years and nine months[236]
Oliver Miller Retired first degree assault, gun possession five years (four of which were suspended)[237]
Jason Miskiri Retired narcotics distribution two years[238]
Jack Molinas Fort Wayne Pistons bribing players to fix games ten to fifteen years served five years.[239]
José Ortiz Retired possession of marijuana with intent to distribute 15 months[240]
Tom Payne Atlanta Hawks rape (multiple convictions), sodomy[241] various, most recently sentenced to 15 years to life in 2000 Page at Kentucky DOC
Parole denied in 2016[242]
Ruben Patterson Seattle SuperSonics third degree rape 1 year served 15 days[243]
Isaiah Rider Retired (Minnesota Timberwolves) possession of cocaine, battery, evading a police officer seven months[244]
Charles E. Smith Boston Celtics vehicular homicide 4½ years[245] served 28 months[246]
Kirk Snyder Retired aggravated burglary three years[247]
Jay Vincent Retired mail fraud, tax fraud five-and-a-half years[248]
Sly Williams Retired kidnapping[249] five years released after serving 3½ years.
Qyntel Woods Portland Trail Blazers animal abuse probation Woods plead guilty and agreed to donate $10,000 to the Oregon Humane Society. He was sentenced to 12 months of probation and 80 hours of community service.[250]


Name Offense Sentence Notes
Bertil Fox murder Life[251][252] Originally sentenced to death
Sally McNeil second-degree murder 19 years to life[252][253]
Craig Titus second-degree murder 21 to 55 years[254] Eligible for parole on December 23, 2026


Name Offense Sentence Notes
Mike Alvarado domestic violence, traffic and driving offenses[255] 3 year
Tony Ayala, Jr. burglary and rape 35 years paroled after 16 years, returned to prison for an additional ten-year sentence after parole violation.[256]
Trevor Berbick sexual assault 5 years[257] served 15 months, subsequently murdered by kin in Jamaica
Riddick Bowe kidnapping 18 months[258] released after serving 17 months for kidnapping his wife and children
James Butler voluntary manslaughter, arson 29 years and 4 months[259] currently incarcerated
Rubin "Hurricane" Carter murder life[260] conviction set aside and released after serving 19 years
Dereck Chisora assault 12 weeks suspended for 2 years and 150 hours' community service had previous convictions for public order offences, assaulting a police officer and possession of an offensive weapon.[261]
Dale Crowe convicted in 2006 of involuntary manslaughter, aggravated robbery, and engaging in corrupt acts 20 years[262] scheduled release date February 11, 2026
Del Fontaine convicted in 1935 of the murder of his girlfriend Death by hanging Executed 29 October 1935 at Wandsworth Prison, London.
Evangelos Goussis See entry on Martial Arts section
Esteban De Jesús murder life[263] pardoned after 7 years due to failing health, died 1 month later
Clifford Etienne attempted murder, armed robbery, grand theft auto, and two counts of child kidnapping 150 years without possibility of parole[264] sentence reduced to 105 years in procedural hearing.[265]
Naseem Hamed Dangerous driving 15 months[266] served 16 weeks
Bernard Hopkins strong-arm robbery 18 years[267] served 56 months (before boxing career)[268]
James Kirkland Armed robbery ? years served 6 months,[269] released on 8 years' probation.[citation needed] Currently arrested for breach of probation and federal weapons charge.[citation needed]
Panama Lewis assault, criminal possession of a weapon, conspiracy, tampering with a sports contest six years in prison served 4 years[citation needed]
Sonny Liston robbery 5 years served 2 years[270]
Michael Nunn conspiracy to distribute cocaine sentenced 292 months in federal prison incarcerated at Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary in Kansas, scheduled release date June 16, 2024[271]
Dwight Muhammad Qawi (formerly Dwight Braxton) armed robbery ? served more than two years[272]
Floyd Mayweather, Sr. Drugs trafficking 5 year [273]
Floyd Mayweather, Jr. Domestic violence 90 days [274]
Tommy Morrison Drugs and weapons 10 years served 14 months[116]
Luis Resto assault
criminal possession of a weapon (his hands)
3 years[275] served 2 years, 6 months
Harry Simon culpable homicide sentenced to two years in prison on August 5, 2005. Lost appeal and began serving sentence on July 9, 2007.[276] release in 2009 after serving sentence.
Mike Tyson rape six years[277] served 3 years
assault one year[278] served 9 months
possession of narcotics and DUI 24 hours in jail, 360 hours' community service and 3 years' probation[279]
Carlos Monzón Murder 11 years[280] In 1995 he died in a car accident when he was on furlough[281]

Canadian football (gridiron)[edit]

Name Team when arrested Offense Sentence Notes
Josh Boden released/retired from BC Lions sexual assault one year's imprisonment and three years' probation[282]
Cody Ledbetter released/retired from Hamilton Tiger-Cats probation violation 12 years[283]
Trevis Smith Saskatchewan Roughriders aggravated sexual assault 6 years[284]
Terry Underwood released/retired (from Toronto Argonauts) murder 30–60 years eligible for parole in 2028.[285][286]


Name Offense Sentence Notes
Arthur Coningham Fraud 6 months[287]
Leslie Hylton Murder of his wife Death by hanging Executed by hanging[288]
Terry Jenner Embezzlement 6½ years Released after 18 months[289]
Vallance Jupp Manslaughter 9 months Served only half his sentence[290]
Garth Le Roux Tax fraud 4 years Conviction overturned on 23 September 2010, clearing le Roux of all charges[291]
Warrington Phillip Murder Life[292] Has been found guilty[293]
Dion Taljard Rape 18 years[294]
Lorrie Wilmot Rape 12 years, three of them suspended Committed suicide before he was due to be imprisoned[295]
Chris Lewis Drug smuggling 13 years[296]
Mohammad Amir conspiracy to cheat at gambling
conspiracy to accept corrupt payments[297][298]
6 months in Young Offenders Institution[299] See Pakistan cricket spot-fixing scandal
Mohammad Asif 12 months[299]
Salman Butt 30 months[299]
Mervyn Westfield conspiracy to accept corrupt payments 4 months [300]


N.B: Italics indicates retired or inactive.

Name Discipline Offense Sentence Notes
Tammy Thomas Road racing perjury and obstruction of justice 6 months' house arrest [301]
Missy Giove Downhill conspiring to possess and distribute more than 100 kg of marijuana 6 months' home detention and 5 years of supervised release [302][303][304]
Jonathan Boyer Road racing lewd behavior with a minor 1 year in prison and 5 years' probation released from probation in 2006[305]


Name Offense Sentence Notes
Phil Taylor indecent assault £2,000 fine [306]
Chris Mason assault and assault with intent to resist arrest 180 hours' community service [307]
actual bodily harm 3 months suspended for 12 months[307]
actual bodily harm 3 years' probation [307]
aggravated burglary with intent to cause grievous bodily harm 3 years released after 1 year[307]


Name Offense Sentence Notes
Bruce Kimball vehicular homicide 17 years released after serving less than five years[308]

Figure skating[edit]

Name Offense Sentence Notes
Tonya Harding hindering a police investigation (of an attack on Nancy Kerrigan) three years' probation, 500 hours of community service, and a $100,000 fine[309] later convicted of domestic violence as well.[310]
Driving under the influence 3 days and 10 days of community service[311]
Driving under the influence 10 days, 20 days suspended suspended sentence with the condition of completing 12 hours of classes for troubled young adults[312]
Maxim Staviski Driving under the influence, Causing death by dangerous driving 2 years, 6 months[313] Was originally a 2 years suspended, 6 months with 5 years' probation, but reversed following appeal.[314]
Wolfgang Schwarz Human trafficking 18 months[315] punishment was postponed as he was suffering from the side effects of treatment for skin cancer
kidnapping 8 years [316]

Greco-Roman wrestling[edit]

Name Offense Sentence Notes
Otari Kvantrishvili Rape 10 years sentenced, later suspended[317] Notorious mobster in Russian mafia

Horse racing[edit]

Name Offense Sentence Notes
David Brosnan accepting cash for tips 18 months[318] Released after 8 months[319]
Stanley Chin conspiracy to fix races 3 years[320]
Chris Munce conspiracy for a tips-for-bets scam 30 months[321] Served 7 months in Hong Kong, then served 13 months in Australia where he was released.[322][323]
Lester Piggott tax evasion 3 years[324] Released after 366 days,[325] Stripped of his OBE.

Ice hockey[edit]

Name Team when arrested Offense Sentence Notes
Mike Danton St. Louis Blues conspiracy to commit murder 7½ years[326] Released after serving five years[327][328]
Steve Durbano retired drug smuggling 7 years[329]
Dany Heatley Atlanta Thrashers vehicular homicide 3 years' probation[330] Also ordered to give 150 speeches on the dangers of speeding, and pay $25,000 to Fulton County for the cost of investigating the crash.
Nikolai Khabibulin Edmonton Oilers Drunk driving 30 days[331] Serves first 15 days of sentence with work release, last 15 days under house arrest
Craig MacTavish Boston Bruins vehicular homicide 1 year[332]
Tom McCarthy retired conspiracy to traffic drugs five years and ten months[333] served approx. 4 years in U.S. and Canada.[334]
Nathan Paetsch Grand Rapids Griffins transmission of wagering information, and structuring transactions to evade reporting requirements eight months of home confinement plus 400 hours of community service and a fine of $265,000[335]
Bob Probert Detroit Red Wings drug possession 90 days[336] [337]
Slava Voynov Los Angeles Kings domestic assault 90 days in jail; three years' probation[338] Accepted a plea bargain on a misdemeanor account of corporal injury to a spouse.

Martial arts[edit]

Name Discipline Offense Sentence Notes
Evangelos Goussis Kickboxing Drug trafficking (1989) [339] Main article: Melbourne gangland killings[340]
Attempted murder (1989) 18 months[339]
Possession of an unregistered firearm (2004) [339]
Murder (2006) 20 years' imprisonment, 15-year non-parole period[339]
Murder (2008) life imprisonment, 30-year non-parole period[341]
Kazuyoshi Ishii Karate tax evasion 22 months[342] Released after 14 months
Lee Murray Armed robbery 10 years [343]
James Waithe Judo Conspiracy to supply cocaine, Possession of firearms Indefinite[344] Enforcer for drugs gang[345]


Name Team when arrested Competing series when arrested Offense Sentence Notes
Kim Ashkenazi Possession of cocaine with intent to supply 6 years, 6 months[346][347]
Possession of child pornography 9 months[348] Added on to drug trafficking sentence
Kaye Don MG Cars N/A Manslaughter 4 months [349]
Roy James Self entry Formula Junior Robbery with violence 25 years for conspiracy and a 30 years for armed robbery, to be served concurrently.[350] Released on parole in 1975. Main article 1963 Great Train Robbery
Juan Garriga Retired N/A drug trafficking and possessing firearms 2-year suspended [351]
Bertrand Gachot Jordan Grand Prix Formula One Assault and use of offensive weapon 18 months[352] Sentence was reduced to nine months and six months suspended. Released after two months.[353]
Jim Ka To Fretech FRD Team Asian Formula Renault Challenge Assault 15-month Released on appeal after serving 3 months[354][355]
Junior Johnson NASCAR Grand National Series Moonshining 2 years Served 11 months, presidentially pardoned in 1986[356]
Jason Lawrence N/A AMA Supercross Championship assault with a deadly weapon, battery with serious bodily injury, and mayhem 365 days in detention center Released after 4 months[357]
Marco Lucchinelli Ducati Corse Superbike World Championship possession of 200 mg cocaine 5 years Released after 2 years[358]
Vic Lee Vic Lee Motorsport
(team manager/owner)
BTCC Drugs trafficking 12 years (1993) Released on parole in 1998[359][360]
Vic Lee Racing
(team manager/owner)
12 years (2005)[361][362] Released in 2010[363]
Jerry Mahony Inactive BTCC Drugs trafficking 11 years Convicted with Vic Lee in the same offence[364]
Randy Lanier Arciero Racing CART conspiring to import and distribute marijuana and of being principal administrators of a Continuing Criminal Enterprise Life without Parole[365] Released in 2014 after serving 26 years following an undisclosed agreement with the court.[366] Ben Kramer was also convicted for the same case.
conspiracy 40 year (concurrent)
tax fraud 5 year (concurrent)
Don Whittington Patrick Racing[367] Money laundering 18 months[368] Released in 1988[369]
Bill Whittington Arciero Racing[370] Income tax evasion and conspiracy to smuggle narcotics 180 months (15 years)[368][371] Released in 1990[372]
Marty Hinze Marty Hinze Racing IMSA Camel GT Drugs smuggling and tax fraud 3 years, $20,000 fine[373] Released in 1989[374]
John Paul, Sr. JLP Racing
(team owner/driver)
IMSA Camel GT Drugs possession (1979) 3 years' probation, $32,500 fine Paul, Jr. and Sr was convicted for the same incident on both occasions[375]
Possession of false passport (1985) 6 months Served sentence in Switzerland. Later extradited to the U.S.[376]
Importing marijuana, tax evasion, possession of false passport and attempted murder of a federal witness 25 years Released after serving 15 years, currently wanted for questioning since 2001 for a disappearance case.[376][377][378][379]
John Paul, Jr. JLP Racing IMSA Camel GT Drugs possession (1979) 3 years' probation, $32,500 fine [375]
Conte Racing Racketeering (1986) 5 years Served 28 months[377][380][381]
Doug Shierson Racing CART
Jos Verstappen Arrows Formula One Assault 5 years suspended[382] Sentence was given after settling an out-of-court settlement with his victim
Harassment and assault 3 months suspended and 1650 fine[383]
Anthony Gobert inactive Theft A$600 fine and given 300 hours' community service [384][385]
Kelly Petillo Inactive American Championship car racing assault and battery with intent to kill 1–10 years paroled in 1955, returned in 1957 for parole violations, released in 1959.[386]
Salt Walther inactive check fraud (1987) not specified
drug abuse (1987) not specified
George Walther CART/USAC theft (1992) not specified
inactive/retired illegal conveyance of painkillers into the jail (1998) 6 months, 3 years' probation [387][388][389][390]
child endangering (2000) 180 days
violating probation terms (2000) 10 months For violation of terms for the 1998 case
Failure to pay child support (2005) not specified Already served 240 hours in jail
violation of community control terms (2007) 10 months in prison, had served 240 days in jail Died December 27, 2012
"fleeing and eluding" (2007) 3 years
Charles Zwolsman, Sr. inactive Drugs smuggling[391] 2 years (1987)[392]
Euro Racing
(team owner/driver)
WSC 5 years (1994) Was given an extra year following a retrial in 1995, released in 1997[392]
inactive 8 years (2001) Released in 2005.[392]
possession of 2,000 kilos of hashish and 4 counts of firearm possession 3 years (2010) Died whilst serving sentence in 2011[393][394][395]
Adrian Sutil Force India Formula One grievous bodily harm 18-month suspended and €200,000 fine[396][397] Trial took place in Germany for an offence taking place in China
Ben Kramer Superboat conspiring to import and distribute marijuana and of being principal administrators of a continuing criminal enterprise[398] Life without parole (1988)[399] Also convicted for another drug smuggling case in 1977[400]
Federal money laundering (1990)[401][402] Was serving sentence when convicted
manslaughter 19 years (1996)[403] Was already serving sentence when convicted for a 1987 murder of Donald Aronow
George Morales Superboat Drugs smuggling[398] 16 years
Eddie Trotta APBA Offshore tax evasion[404] ? Served 4 years, released in 1987[405]
Slick Gardner Retired animal cruelty and grand theft 1 year[406] Sentence given following plea bargain, originally served house arrest but jailed following parole violation.[407]
Gary Balough drug trafficking 45½ months [408]
Steve Seligman drugs trafficking 27 years[409]
Frank Wrathall Dynojet Racing BTCC Causing death by dangerous driving 21 months[410]
James Munroe AM Racing British GT Championship 17 × deception (2000) 5 years[411] Released in March 2003
Inactive obtaining a pecuniary advantage by deception, 3 × obtaining services by deception, 2 × theft (2007) 4 years[412]
2 × fraud and 4 × transferring criminal property (2016) 6 years[413]
Greg Loles Farnbacher Loles Racing
(team owner/driver)
American Le Mans Series
Rolex Sports Car Series
32 counts of securities fraud, wire fraud, mail fraud and money laundering 25 years [414][415]
Henri Zogaib Farnbacher Loles Racing Fraud (Ponzi scheme – Official offense is "white collar crime")[416] 15 years [417][418]

Rugby union[edit]

Name Team when arrested Offense Sentence Notes
Tony Neary Retired Fraud 5 years [116][419]
Marc Cécillon Retired Murder 20 years [420]
Steven Pokere Retired Conspiracy to defraud 2½ years [421]


Name Offense Sentence Notes
Philippe Jeantot Tax evasion 2 years suspended and €15,000 fine Currently under investigation for another fraud case[422]


Name Offense Sentence Notes
Jay Adams felony assault 6 months [423]
Unspecified drug charges 2 years, 6 months Served sentenced in Hawaii[423]
Involvement in a drugs deal 4 years Currently completing sentence in a halfway house[423]
Christian Hosoi Drug trafficking 10 years Released after serving 4 years[424][425]
Ben Pappas drug smuggling 12-month suspended sentence, passport revoked Pappas was arrested in Melbourne for transporting cocaine from the United States.[426]
Tas Pappas assault 2 months, followed by parole Pappas violated his parole by crashing his car while intoxicated and was deported from California to Australia.[426]
drug smuggling 3 years Pappas spent time in six prisons after attempting to transport cocaine from South America to Australia.[426]
Mark Rogowski Rape and murder 31 years Ineligible for parole until February 2018[427][428][429]


Name Offense Sentence Notes
Silvino Francisco Drugs smuggling 3 years [116]

Sumo wrestling[edit]

Name Offense Sentence Notes
Futatsuryū Jun'ichi Murder 6 years[430]
Wakakirin Shinichi Cannabis possession 10 months, 3 years suspended [116][431]


Name Offense Sentence Notes
Mickey Dora grand larceny (Credit card fraud) not specified [432][433]
check fraud
Jack Roland Murphy Robbery and First-degree murder Life Released on parole in 1986[434]


Name Offense Sentence Notes
Nick D'Arcy Assault 14 months and 12 days suspended on condition of good behavior[435]


Name Offense Sentence Notes
Boris Becker tax evasion 2 years' probation, $500,000 fine [436]
Bernard Boileau drug use, assault and dangerous driving 3 years[437]
Bob Hewitt rape 8 years[438] two of the eight years suspended
Roscoe Tanner theft, fraud 2 years[439] Released after one year.Florida DOC record
Bill Tilden contributing to the delinquency of a minor 1 year (1946) Served 7½ months[440]
1 year (1949) 10 months[440][441]


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