Ex-USC WR Joseph Lewis Convicted of Domestic Violence, Gets 1 Year In Jail

Ex-USC WR Joseph Lewis

Convicted Of Domestic Violence

… Gets 1 Year In Jail

10/15/2018 2:08 PM PDT


Ex-USC wideout Joseph Lewis — a former top H.S. recruit — has just been sentenced to 1 year behind bars after pleading no contest to domestic violence … TMZ Sports has learned.

As we previously reported … Lewis was arrested and hit with one felony count of domestic violence back in July after officials say he “punched, scratched and strangled” a woman during a heated dispute. 

Lewis appeared in court Monday and plead no contest to the charge. During the hearing, officials say he also fessed up to a domestic violence incident from February.

Lewis was facing up to 5 years in prison … but instead got 365 days in jail, five years of probation and was ordered to complete a domestic violence course.

He’s also been hit with a restraining order barring him from contacting the victim for 10 YEARS. 

Lewis had just 4 catches as a freshman for the Trojans back in 2017, but was expected to be a big contributor this season before he was booted from the team.

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