Start the clock for Dez Bryant.
Authorities will drop altogether charges of domestic violence against Bryant for allegedly assaulting his mother if he can stay out of trouble for a full year, according to TMZ.com. Sounds easy enough, right? Bryant simply has to avoid being charged with a crime in the next year.
Bryant will also be required to attend counseling sessions. He was arrested in July and accused of attacking his mother in Texas. He allegedly tore her bra.
We’ll see if Bryant can keep himself clean.
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