MLS player arrested for a particular reason


Atlanta United FC central defender Miles Robinson was arrested on Saturday for theft in connection with an unpaid bill at a bar in the city.

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, which cited Cobb County police sources, the 25-year-old athlete refused to pay for alcoholic beverages to the waitress who demanded it. After his arrest, he was released on $150 bond. Contacted by the local newspaper, the Atlanta United organization simply confirmed that it had read the file.

Robinson’s season ended on May 7 when the No. 2 pick in the 2017 Major League Soccer draft suffered a torn Achilles tendon during a game against the Chicago Fire. He was also expected to wear the United States uniform at the next FIFA World Cup. Selected to the Garber Tour all-star roster last year, he was part of the eleven par excellence twice.

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