After taking more than a few hits in the Pacquiao fight, Adrien Broner just got hit with a restraining order after a few words were exchanged on social media.
A man named Andrew Caldwell and the esteemed boxer had a heated exchange on social media, which prompted Caldwell to file for the restraining order which was granted by a judge ordering Broner to stay at least 500 feet from Caldwell.
Andrew claims Adrien made a personal threat, stating, “[Broner] says on social media that he coming to St. Louis to kill me,” according to the documents obtained by TMZ.
The order is temporary and a judge will make a decision on April Fool’s Day to decide whether or not the order will be extended.
Andrew also took to his social media to share a portion of the order and says that he is filing a lawsuit come Monday.
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