Lesnar accused of breaking Canadian hunting law

Former Golden Gopher national champion wrestler and Ultimate Fighting star Brock Lesnar was charged Thursday with deer hunting violations in Canada. Lesnar is charged with three counts of violating the Alberta Wildlife Act during a 2010 hunting trip. The maximum penalty for each charge is one-year in prison and a $50,000 fine.
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Former Golden Gopher national champion wrestler and Ultimate Fighting star Brock Lesnar was charged Thursday with deer hunting violations in Canada. Lesnar is charged with three counts of violating the Alberta Wildlife Act during a 2010 hunting trip. The maximum penalty for each charge is one-year in prison and a $50,000 fine.

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