Boxer Gervonta Davis is once again a free man after a recent 44-day incarceration in his hometown of Baltimore. His imprisonment was a consequence of violating the terms of his house arrest, having relocated twice without obtaining the necessary permissions.
The charges against Davis stem from a hit-and-run incident in 2020, where he allegedly fled the scene after running a red light and colliding with a Toyota. In February of this year, Davis reached a plea agreement and was sentenced to 90 days of house arrest.
However, on June 1, a judge determined that he had violated the conditions of his confinement. Notably, Davis faced legal troubles in December 2020 when his former partner accused him of assault but subsequently retracted her statements.
While Davis has yet to directly comment on his release from jail, he did share a tweet on Friday to mark the occasion. At 1:16 PM ET, he posted a single tweet featuring a saluting emoji.