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Chad 'Ochocinco' Johnson will not serve any jail time concerning the battery case involving ex-wife Evelyn Lozada. The former Miami Dolphins football player struck a deal with prosecutors where he will not be required to serve any jail time for allegedly head-butting Lozada. Johnson will enter a plea of guilty or no contest to the battery charges.
New York Daily News reports that the deal involves Johnson to undergo extensive anger management counseling and be placed on probation. He has also been ordered to not have any contact with Lozada whatsoever.
People released that Johnson and Lozada were officially divorced on September 19. Lozada’s lawyer made this statement to the magazine, "Evelyn and Mr. Johnson were divorced this morning in an uncontested final hearing. My client is a single woman and looks forward to her future."
There are rumors that Johnson is looking to return to the NFL and there are teams interested in bringing him back.