On Monday, Tennessee Titans outside linebacker Bud Dupri pleaded guilty to one count of misdemeanor assault. The allegations stem from an altercation at a Nashville pharmacy.
The judgment stated that Dupree was sentenced to six months of supervised probation. There are also reports that he was ordered to pay $418 in court costs , and was required to take an anger management course he had already completed. According to police, the altercation took place at Walgreens on January 2, and Dupree caught the An employee of the store took his mobile phone. The employee got into an argument with the shopper after the altercation. The Titans defeated the Miami Dolphins 34-3 at Nissan Stadium that day. In February, police reported that a 20-year-old male employee was treated for cuts. He was treated for cuts to his forehead and a 21-year-old female employee’s hand. Dupree was charged with assault, fearing bodily harm following the incident, This is classified as a Class A misdemeanor. The 29-year-old pleaded guilty to Class B misdemeanor, offensive or provocative touching, to the lesser charge,