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UFC Suspends Sonnen After Money Laundering Conviction

Written on January 06, 2011 by Markham Mencken

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"Chael Sonnen has gone through a lot in the last few months, and we think it's important for him to focus on getting his personal life together before focusing on his career in the UFC." ---Dana White, UFC President

While Chael Sonnen is currently serving a sentence from the California State Athletic Commission for his failed UFC 117 post-fight drug test, he plead guilty of federal money laundering last Monday. And with his dilemma continuously mounting, UFC President, Dana White, revealed that the fighter has been suspended by the promotion.

As of the moment, Chael Sonnen was sentenced with a six months probation and a $2,500 fine by the CSAC. Subsequently, the US District Attorney’s office is seeking a two-year probation for the fighter. More over, Sonnen has agreed to surrender his realtor’s license and pay a $10,000 fine.

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