Jackson Mahomes, who is the younger brother of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor battery count.

On Friday, Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk reported the count stems from an incident in February 2023 in which Mahomes shoved someone at a restaurant.

He also allegedly grabbed a woman’s neck and kissed her against her will, but the initial felony counts of aggravated sexual battery he faced were dropped in January because the accuser refused to testify, per Alper.

“According to multiple reports, Mahomes was sentenced to six months in jail but that sentence will be suspended if Mahomes complies with court orders that include alcohol treatment and avoiding contact with his accuser,” Alper wrote.

Mahomes faced three sexual assault charges before they were dropped.

Surveillance video appeared to corroborate the allegations:

“Like I said from the beginning, Jackson has done nothing wrong,” Mahomes’ attorney, Brandan Davies, said after the motion to dismiss the three felony charges was filed.

As for the misdemeanor battery count, Heidi Schmidt of KCTV5 noted a male waiter said Mahomes shoved him multiple times.