Jackson has probation extended from 2004 brawl
Stephen Jackson has not been charged in last week's strip club incident, but he did not avoid legal troubles this week.
The Indianapolis Star reported on Monday that the Pacers guard has had his probation extended one year after he did not complete the terms of the sentence he received for the 2004 brawl at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
Oakland County (Mich.) assistant prosecutor John Pietrofesa told the paper that last week's incident had no bearing on his decision because no charges were filed.
"He hadn't satisfied everything he was supposed to do so he is under probation for another year," Pietrofesa told the paper.
Jackson was originally sentenced to one year of probation, 60 hours of community service, fined $250 and ordered to undergo anger management counseling for his part in the brawl.
Pietrofesa did not say which part of the sentence Jackson failed to fulfill.
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