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Jackson Mahomes charged with aggravated sexual battery connected to February incident

Mahomes posts bond Wednesday afternoon
Jackson Mahomes mugshot
Posted at 8:59 AM, May 03, 2023

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jackson Mahomes, younger brother to Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, was arrested Wednesday morning for aggravated sexual battery and a battery charge, according to the Johnson County Sheriff's Office Booking and Release Report.

The 22-year-old social media influencer was arrested at 7 a.m. Wednesday morning in Overland Park, Kansas by Johnson County Sheriff's deputies.

Jail records show he was formally booked into the Johnson County Jail 40 minutes later on three felony charges of aggravated sexual battery and one count battery, a class B person misdemeanor, according to Johnson County Court records.

Court documents allege that on Feb. 25, 2023, Mahomes "unlawfully and feloniously" touched someone who did not give consent, identified by the initials A.R., with the "intent to arouse" or satisfy the sexual desires of himself or another. Documents claim that A.R. was "overcome by force or fear."

Mahomes is also accused of knowingly making contact with another individual "in a rude, insulting, or angry manner."

Overland Park police officers responded to the scene at 11:38 p.m. on Feb. 25.

An incident report shows that officers suspect the offender of using drugs or narcotics at the time of the incident, and of using force through a fist or hand.

Mahomes was being held on a $100,000 bond, and later posted it Wednesday afternoon, according court records.

The bond condition in the case requires Mahomes to not publicly comment on the case, the facts involved, or on the victim or her business.

Electronic filings show that defense attorney Brandon Joseph Davies will represent Mahomes.

Mahomes appeared in court Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. while in custody. His next appearance is May 11 at 9 a.m.

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