Tennis exec Justin Gimelstob pleads no contest in Halloween attack

Tennis broadcaster Justin Gimelstob was convicted Monday of battery with serious bodily injury to the victim in what a judge called a “violent, unprovoked attack in public in front of children” on Halloween. Gimelstob agreed Monday to plead no contest to a felony battery charge and a judge used...

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