The judged (Kyle
Haskins), gave Morrison a two-year, 10-day
probation with no jail time required in
September 1999, but warned Morrison any
violation of the law could be grounds for
revocation of his probation. It didn't
take "Bad Boy Boxer" but ONE week, to mess up
Morrison was arrested in Fayetteville, Arkansas, on drug/weapon possession. Morrison pled guilty and went in the slammer for a couple of years, and had an eight-year probation (Jan 2000).
Morrison earned his freedom from the Little Rock's Central Arkansas Community Punishment Center on Feb. 28, 2001.
interesting highlights of Morrison:
According to news sources...a few days before his fight, to be shown on Showtime, Morrison had a mandatory HIV test performed by the Nevada Athletic Commission. It was revealed during Showtime's telecast of the boxing undercard that Morrison's HIV test proved positive ending his boxing career. But in 1996, Morrison announced that he wanted to get back into boxing with proceeds going to a created organization (KnockOut Aids Foundation.) He fought one fight in Japan, KO'd the boxer for that foundation, and he ended his boxing career at 46-3-1 (40KO).