49ers fullback entered a no-contest plea over domestic violence charge
27-year-old San Francisco 49ers fullback Bruce Miller will undergo a 16-week counseling course after entering a no-contest plea to a misdemeanor charge over an altercation with his former fiancé, Mercury News reported June 2.
Miller was charged with a misdemeanor for disturbing the peace after a heated argument with his then fiancé in a parking garage at the Rivermark Village on March 5. The player was ordered by the court to complete a domestic violence course. A protection order also bars him from contacting his ex-fiancé.
A source from the league says Miller may still undergo disciplinary action from the team as his case is pending review.
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