Kenny Britt/Courtesy: nj.com
That however pales in comparison to what he allegedly did this time. According to TMZ (yes, we're holding our nose reporting one of their stories), Mr. Britt tried to outrun the law in Bayonne, New Jersey. He wasn't successful.
After leading the po-po on a chase, Britt stopped his car, got out and tried to walk away. Britt was arrested and charged with 2nd degree eluding and obstruction. The passenger in Britt's car, was charged with possessing marijuana and resisting arrest.
You can read the TMZ.com report RIGHT HERE
Our first question would be "Did they give Britt a sobriety test?"
Ultimately, Britt's charges are essentially misdemeanors and he will probably get a slap on the wrist, a fine and maybe probation. What should be more of a concern is the fact he was in the car and took off with a passenger who had an illegal substance on him.
The question there of course "Were you two partaking?"
However, since the players are not allowed to have any contact with the teams or the league, we may never know.