“There is a resolution in place,” said Fort Lauderdale attorney Adam Swickle, “and it will be discussed tomorrow in court. The prosecutors and I have an agreement on what should happen.”
Swickle declined to provide details, except to say that, if Broward County Judge Ian Richards signs off on the plea deal about 10 a.m., there will be no jail time for the unemployed NFL receiver.
Johnson, 34, was charged with a misdemeanor for a domestic violence incident Aug. 11. He allegedly head-butted his wife, reality TV star Evelyn Lozada, in the driveway of their Davie home, causing her to seek medical attention.
They were arguing about a receipt for condoms that she found in his car when the violence occurred, according to police.
Johnson was cut by the Miami Dolphins hours after his arrest.
Lozada filed for divorce Aug. 14. They were officially un-married yesterday.