Jackson Mahomes, brother of Super Bowl LVIII MVP Patrick Mahomes, sentenced to 6 months probation in battery case

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Jackson Mahomes on the sideline before the Chiefs won the Super Bowl in February.


Jackson Mahomes, the younger brother of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, was sentenced to six months in prison without probation Thursday after pleading no contest to a simple battery charge, according to court records.

“Jackson is grateful for the support of his family and friends over the past year. Jackson pleaded no contest to one count of simple battery and was given six months of unsupervised probation,” Brandan Davis, Jackson Mahomes’ attorney, told CNN on Friday. “Simply for the case to end and for him to continue with his life. The matter is now closed and we will not issue any further statements.”

Mahomes was arrested and charged in May 2023 with three counts of aggravated sexual assault and one count of battery by the Johnson County Prosecutor's Office.

Prosecutors ended up dismissing the three counts of aggravated sexual assault in January, according to court records.

Mahome's brother, Patrick, is the starting quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs, with two Super Bowl wins under his belt. He is also the only quarterback to win Best player in the league Twice in just six years.

Patrick Mahomes' father, Patrick Mahomes Sr., has been arrested in Texas on suspicion Driving while intoxicated In February.

CNN's Bramhi Balarajan contributed to this report.

Correction: A previous version of this story misstated the charge to which Jackson Mahomes pleaded no contest.

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