Originally Posted by Danny Serafini
However, Judge Douglas Grothaus imposed conditions on Henry in order for those 88 days to remain suspended. Henry must:
-- Pay a $250 fine plus court costs.
-- Have no criminal activity for two years.
-- Not consume alcohol or drugs for two years.
-- Report to the Kentucky Alternative Program for drug and alcohol assessment.
-- Give two speeches – one at Two Rivers Middle School and one to Holmes High School athletes – on the dangers of drugs and alcohol and how they have negatively affected his career.
If Henry violates any of those orders, he will have to serve the 88 suspended days.
Even money says he's back in the slam for violating one or more of these conditions by the time 2 years is up.