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Ruling Made In Former NFL Quarterback’s Wife’s Theft Case

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Christina McNown, the wife of former NFL quarterback and UCLA star Cade McNown, has loads of community service to do within the near future. 

Last yr, Christina was charged with 4 felonies for allegedly stealing designer goods from her former boss. The associated fee of products stolen reportedly exceeds $100,000.

She pled no contest to grand theft in Los Angeles this Monday. 

Christina has been sentenced to 500 hours of community service. She also has to finish a theft course. 

“Together with her plea today, Ms. McNown is being held accountable for her quite a few thefts from Ms. Holland, which cost Ms. Holland tons of of 1000’s of dollars, not to say the lack of irreplaceable items with sentimental value,” said Holland’s attorney, Karen Sosa, via TMZ Sports. “We hope Ms. McNown reflects on her behavior and doesn’t repeat these crimes in the longer term.”

Cade spent 4 years playing for the UCLA Bruins and totaled over 10,000 yards passing and 68 touchdowns with 41 picks. 

He later played within the NFL, appearing in 25 games for the Chicago Bears. He threw for 3,111 yards with 16 touchdowns and 19 interceptions. 

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