Kansas Rep. Aaron Coleman Avoids Jail Time

The embattled politico has endured quite a bit of public shame since his foray into politics. 

His history of online trolling and bombastic statements have earned consistent rebuke from progressive across the nation. 

After a series of arrests the dude was finally suspended by Kansas Democrats.

Now, thankfully, he staying out of the clink and hopefully getting some help . . . Here's a passage that we recently liberated from local MSM . . .

Kansas Rep. Aaron Coleman will avoid serving jail time on domestic battery after he allegedly kicked and pushed his brother during an argument last year.

On Monday a Johnson County judge approved a diversion agreement struck between the Kansas City, Kansas politico and prosecutors on the misdemeanor battery charge brought against him last year.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Kansas Rep. Aaron Coleman reaches diversion agreement in domestic-battery case

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas Rep. Aaron Coleman has reached a diversion agreement in a domestic-violence case filed late last year. Johnson County District Court Judge James Phelan signed off Monday on a diversion agreement with the Democratic representative from Kansas City, Kansas. Coleman was charged with domestic battery in connection with an Oct.

Kansas lawmaker agrees to counseling to avoid battery charge

A 21-year-old Kansas legislator has agreed to undergo mental health counseling and a domestic violence assessment to avoid being prosecuted on a misdemeanor domestic battery charge over a fight with his younger brother.Freshman Democratic Rep. Aaron Coleman, of Kansas City, also agreed in Johnson County to submit to drug or alcohol testing if officials ask him to do so.

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