Former Steelers player Kam Kelly pleads guilty to disorderly conduct

Former Steelers player Kam Kelly pleads guilty to disorderly conduct
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Former Pittsburgh Steelers player Kam Kelly has pleaded guilty to charges disorderly conduct stemming from an incident on the South Side.

Kelly was arrested in December and dropped from the team a short time after.

Police said Kelly was being disorderly at Mario’s South Side Saloon and became confrontational with an officer who told him he had to leave.

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The complaint said Kelly previously threatened to knock out an employee at the bar after his music selection was skipped over on the jukebox.

While outside the bar with Kelly, the officer accidentally stepped on the foot of a woman who then began arguing. Kelly said the woman was “his girl” and then pushed his chest against the officer’s and threatened him, the complaint said.

Kelly was additionally charged with resisting arrest and terroristic threats, but those charges were dropped.

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