Johnny Damon was arrested for DWI while in Florida with his wife Michelle on Friday, Feb. 19, according to a police report obtained by HollywoodLife. We’ve also obtained the former pro baseball player’s mugshot photo.
Johnny Damon is starting the weekend off behind bars. The two-time World Series Champion, 47, was arrested for DUI in Florida on Friday, where his blood-alcohol level over .20 — which is twice the legal limit. The athlete was driving in a dark Lincoln SUV with his wife Michelle Mangan-Damon, who was also arrested for “battery on a law enforcement officer” and “resisting an officer with violence,” according to a multi-page police report obtained by HollywoodLife. We’ve also reached out to a representative for Johnny Damon for comment.
Damon played 18 seasons in the league, where he spent most of his career with the Kansas City Royals, Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees. The athlete was a two-time All-Star and two-time World Series champion, having won a titled with the Yankees and Red Sox.
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