(C)Just In : Patrick Mahomes Life is in turmoil right now after receiving some ‘HORRIBLE NEWS about a Loved one.’

This charge comes after Mahomes Sr.’s third DWI arrest earlier this year, just a week before the Super Bowl. According to Texas law, a third felony DWI conviction could lead to a prison sentence ranging from two to 10 years. Despite his involvement in celebrating his son’s Super Bowl victory, Mahomes Sr. has yet to publicly address his latest legal issues.

A conviction for a third DWI will result in a prison sentence of no less than 2 years and no more than 10 years,” according to ProBible. “Even if probation is granted, all Defendants convicted of DWI 3rd or more in Texas are required to serve a minimum of ten days in jail as part of any plea agreement.

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NFL fans are sending their prayers and support to Patrick Mahomes after a “Devastating” announcement.

Debbie Bates Martin, the grandmother of the Kansas City Chiefs’ star quarterback, passed away last Wednesday following unspecified health battles at the age of 72. Debbie was the mother of Patrick’s mom, Randi Mahomes…

So sorry for your loss. My Nana passed last year, and she was everything to me. Prayers for your family.
Martin appeared on several news stories throughout Mahomes’ first five years as the Chiefs’ starting quarterback. Ahead of Kansas City’s 2019 Divisional Round matchup against the Indianapolis Colts, Martin was interviewed by KETK NBC in East Texas.

“I can’t believe it’s all happening. He’s only 23 years old, and Kansas City’s had him a year, and he’s just great up there…He hasn’t changed and he’ll always be Patrick,” Martin told the media outlet.

Mahomes, who won the regular season MVP award that year, led the Chiefs to a 31-13 victory over the Colts in the Divisional Round. That sent Kansas City to their first of five straight (and counting) AFC Championship Game appearances. The Chiefs lost the 2018 AFC title game to the New England Patriots but have rallied to win three of the last four conference championships, as well as two Super Bowls.

Martin’s obituary states that she is survived by husband Randy, their children, her four sisters, 13 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Martin’s funeral was held Monday at the Rader Funeral Home in Henderson, Texas.

Our condolences are with the family and friends of Martin during this difficult time./

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