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Chad Brown Was Charged After He Strangled And Pushed A Lady Down Stairs

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Chad Brown, a well-known thoroughbred horse trainer, was arrested on Wednesday, August 17, after he choked and shoved a lady down some steps at his house. According to the allegations, Brown also pinned the victim to the floor of his Saratoga Springs home.

He was charged with criminal obstruction of respiration at the time and spent the night in prison before appearing in court. According to sources, Brown was freed after paying $2,500 in cash bail on Thursday. In addition, he would be required to post a $5,000 bond. According to reports, Brown has pled not guilty to the accusations. It is unclear if the lady will sue Chad C. Brown.

All about Chad Brown

Chad Brown is a well-known name in horse racing, having trained eleven Eclipse Award winners. He also received the Eclipse Award for Outstanding Trainer in 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019 as a horse trainer. The horse trainer has almost 1800 victories to his credit. In his North American racing career, the Mechanicville, New York native has earned more than $228 million. Brown won his 2,000th race with his horses last year. Brown also obtained a degree in animal husbandry from Cornell University in 2001, according to reports. He became interested in horse racing throughout his undergraduate years. Following that, he worked with many Hall of Fame trainers in horse racing.

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Chad Brown has already had another run-in with the cops. Brown was sentenced to pay $1.6 million in compensation in 2019 after it was discovered that he had not paid overtime charges to his employees at the time.

What did Chad Brown’s lawyer have to say?

Brown was charged with felony obstruction of breathing after being accused of throwing a lady down the stairs and choking her. In the state of New York, this is classified as a class A misdemeanor. In addition, the accused might face a $1000 fine and a year in prison as a maximum sentence. The individual’s sentence might be reduced to three years of probation with no prison time. Chad Brown’s attorney, Joseph Gerstenzang, contended in court that the horse trainer simply assaulted the lady in self-defense. He said the lady broke into his Doten Avenue house while Brown was sleeping.

According to Gerstenzang:

“The incorrect individual was apprehended here.” It had been a home invasion. She broke into my client’s house. (She) was, in reality, the culprit. She arrived in the middle of the night, forcibly roused him up, and assaulted him. These charges reportedly happened when he was defending his girlfriend and himself.”

According to WNYT-TV (NBC station) news presenter Subrina Dhammi, the judge presiding over this court, Francine Vero, refused to accept it and said:

“This court is not in the business of accusing victims of domestic abuse.”

After being pushed by Chad Brown’s counsel, she corrected herself and referred to the lady as an “alleged victim.”

According to the arrest paperwork, what may have prompted the claimed altercation?

According to the arrest paperwork, the lady claimed to have been in an on-again, off-again relationship with Chad Brown. The lady, who is also a horse trainer, said she went to the 43-year-house old’s after being unable to contact him many times. She discovered Chad Brown with another lady after entering the house with a spare key she had in her hands. This seems to have aggravated matters for the horse trainer. Brown, according to the unnamed lady, shoved her down the stairs and tried to choke her before shoving her out the door.

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When he was released after paying the $2500 cash bond, Judge Vero ordered him to turn over any handgun licenses he possessed. She also imposed a no-contact order for Brown and the lady if they meet at the Saratoga Race Course. Chad Brown is scheduled to appear in court again on September 2, according to Horse Racing Nation.