"At this point it's a legal matter that he's going to have to work out with his lawyer", a representative for Premier Boxing Champions, Broner's promoter, told Fox News.
Officers spoke with the victim who told them she was inappropriately groped Broner who denied the allegation.
Broner denied the accusations, according to police; however, investigators believed there was enough evidence to charge him with misdemeanor sexual battery.
And last September a video emerged online of himself knocking out an unknown individual on the Las Vegas strip, moments after violently pushing a woman to the ground.
Video of the incident at the Lenox Square shopping center shows Broner arguing with a woman in a white sweater and denim vest while they're encircled by a small group of people. During that arrest, police noticed that Broner's SUV had several bullet holes around the exterior. He is a former junior lightweight, lightweight, welterweight and light welterweight champion.
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The five-foot-eight junior welterweight, who started his career with 26 straight wins, was cited for misdemeanor battery after allegedly choking a waitress in Las Vegas back in 2016.
He was arrested previous year after it was found that he failed to appear in court for disorderly conduct and alcohol intoxication charges in 2014.
He shoved the woman as she tried to calm him after he had hit the man.
The 28-year-old was scheduled to appear before a judge at 9 a.m. Tuesday, TMZ Sports reports.
Broner had been training hard ahead of a fight that is expected to take place in a couple of months time against Omar Figueroa Jr.