Prosecutors have withdrawn charges against former lightweight world champion Paul Spadafora, who was accused of holding a knife in front of a convenience store worker.
Police said last month that Spadafora, known as The Pittsburgh Kid, appeared to be yelling at a Manor Township convenience store clerk while drunkenly holding a blueberry muffin and a tactical knife.
Defense attorney Phil DiLucente tells the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that Spadafora was using the knife to put cream cheese on the muffin. Charges in the incident were withdrawn on Tuesday.
A preliminary hearing is scheduled on Thursday for charges in an incident hours earlier at a suburban Pittsburgh bar.
Police say Spadafora put a 63-year-old woman in a headlock, drank her beer and threw her to the pavement when she went to call police.
Spadafora (49-1-1, 19KOs), 40-years-old, has been inactive for nearly two years. He was last seen in the ring back in July of 2014, when he won an eight round unanimous decision over Hector Velazquez.