Boxer Adrien Broner was jailed in Cleveland after a judge held him in contempt of court for flashing money on Instagram.com.
Judge Nancy Margaret Russo noted that Broner failed to meet any of the deadlines she imposed for him to hand over evidence showing he was not able to pay the $800,000 judgment he owes the female victim in an assault case.
In December, the judge ordered Broner to pay $830,000 to a woman who filed a civil lawsuit against him after he allegedly assaulted her in a Cleveland nightclub in 2018.
During a hearing before Judge Russo on Oct. 5, Broner, 31, swore he was broke and only had $13 to his name.
But on Saturday, Broner posted a video on his Instagram feed that showed him flashing large amounts of cash, according to Cleveland.com.