Kenny Britt's mounting legal troubles got at least a bit more clarity on Wednesday, with Britt reportedly surrendering himself to police, according to The Tennessean's Jim Wyatt.
Britt, who had already had six run-ins with the law since 2009, gave himself up to Nashville police two weeks after news broke that Britt was wanted in Nashville for making inaccurate statements on his driver's license. Any charge resulting from that is only a misdemeanor, but Britt's rap sheet has gotten longer and longer. And there is deinitely punishment coming from the Tennessee Titans, who drafted Britt in 2009 and have suffered through his legal troubles as he blossomed into a potential go-to receiver on the field.
Britt is now free on $2,000 bond, with a court date set for July. It is unclear whether this charge is in any way related to any of Britt's previous charges.
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