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Terrell Owens visited Chad Johnson in jail

Tocho showSay what you want about Terrell Owens, but you can’t say he’s not a good friend.

The former NFL wide receiver visited his buddy and fellow former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson in jail on Saturday. Johnson was sentenced to 30 days in jail for violating the terms of his probation, which came as a result of his assault on ex-wife Evelyn Lozada. Johnson initially looked like he was going to escape without jail time, but after slapping his attorney’s behind in celebration of the initial ruling, the judge sentenced him to 30 days in jail for the disrespectful move.

Here’s what Owens had to say about visiting his homie in jail:

Florida’s attorney general felt that the judge overreacted by sentencing Johnson to jail, but the man formerly known as Ochocinco is still doing his 30 days.

T.O. and Chad were teammates on the 2010 Cincinnati Bengals and even co-hosted their own reality TV show that year. The two have remained friends and even worked out together recently in LA as each player continues to hope for another shot in the NFL. Another shot in the NFL likely is not coming for either player, but at least they have each other.

UPDATE: Johnson has been released from jail.


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  • http://www.facebook.com/larry.dalzell Larry Dalzell

    Slow news day?

  • http://julianivey.com/ Julian Ivey

    It’s crazy to me he’s even in jail. That judge baited him into that butt slap. How many judges start conversations about how great a defendants lawyer is? Once he agrees and celebrates like football players do with a butt slap she sends him away for 30 days?!? That was just a person in power wanting to put a pro athlete in check.

  • Cerise Belle

    When you are in the courtroom, you behave as such. This is not the football field or arena and his attorney is not another player. He is arrogant and cannot get over his self. With all these women running him down, a other arrogant men cosigning his bad behavior no wonder he see nothing wrong with his conduct.

  • http://julianivey.com/ Julian Ivey

    Have you seen the courtroom video?