Holyfield to Jail?

It’s possible.

Former heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield is scheduled to appear in court later this month to answer an attorney’s claims that Holyfield has not complied with his financial responsibilities to a woman and the child she had with him.

Randy Kessler, the attorney for Toi Irvin of Clayton County, said Monday that he is prepared to ask for jail time when Holyfield appears in Fayette County Superior Court on Oct. 22 to answer why he has failed to comply with the support agreement for the couple’s soon-to-be 11-year-old son, one of his 11 children.

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  1. Rick Day says:

    why jail? Why is the answer to everything jail? Did he miss a 10,000 a month payment from a Loosey he knocked up?

    11 kids….someone buy this man a cut job!

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