In the latest twist to his ongoing legal saga, Titans star wide receiver Kenny Britt has pleaded not guilty to his disorderly persons case in New Jersey. Britt is facing three misdemeanors after allegedly crushing a marijuana cigar blunt in Hoboken.
According to the Associated Press, Britt was assigned a September 20th court date and made no comments after the court appearance. Britt pled guilty in a speeding case in New Jersey following a police chase in Bayonne.
He surrendered on traffic warrants in Tennessee for allegedly giving inaccurate information on his driver’s license application.
And he’s facing a pending civil lawsuit for allegedly beating a man up in a Nashville bar last fall, a case where he wasn’t charged with a crime.
Britt could keep a law firm extremely busy with his caseload. When the lockout ends, he can expect to be summoned to New York to meet with law-and-order NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.