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Thursday, December 3, 2009

Dwayne Rudd ordered to pay back child support of 540,000

The former Cleveland Browns linebacker Dwayne Rudd was ordered by a Tennessee district court to pay more than $540,000 in child support on Monday.

U.S. District Court Judge John Nixon followed the recommendation of prosecutors and gave Rudd a five-year suspended sentence which requires the former football player to contribute about 10 percent of his income to child support payments, the Associated Press reports.

Because retirement from the NFL significantly changed his income, however, the athlete will be due back in court on a later date to determine exactly how much back support he owes and what methods of payment to pursue.

Rudd had previously been ordered to pay $7,500 per month, though he has failed to make a single payment since 2004.

Never an elite linebacker, Rudd is known to most football fans as the player who cost his team a win in 2002 by throwing his helmet in the game's closing seconds. After a penalty was called for his excessive celebration, the opposing team was able to kick a game-winning field goal.

Samantha Light sentenced to 125 years for Molesting 3 Children

Samantha Light was sentenced to 125 years in prison Wednesday for molesting three children she was babysitting. Light pleaded guilty to charges in October that she had performed sexual acts on her own 2-month-old girl, a 1-year-old boy and a 6-year-old boy and videotaped them with boyfriend Stephen Quick.

The judge handed down the 125-year sentence after Light read an emotional statement asking the judge to show leniency. Light and Quick were arrested after a series of incidents took place between September 2008 and February 2009. Quick is still awaiting trial.

After the sentencing, the mothers of the other two children spoke to the media. Larrisa Smith, the mother of one of the victims said she didn't believe Light was sincere in her statement.

"I want her to think about my kid, and her kid, and her kid. I want her to think about her daughter and all the things she's missing because she chose to miss those things. She chose it, she brought it on herself," said Smith.

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