War Machine Found Guilty of Domestic Abuse, Kidnapping

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Jonathan Koppenhaver is shown in this booking photo provided by the Las Vegas Metropolitian Police Department in Las Vegas, Nevada, September 2, 2014. Koppenhaver, a professional fighter known as "War Machine", who had been sought by authorities after his former girlfriend accused him of attacking her and a friend at her home in Las Vegas in August and later arrested in the Los Angeles area has been transferred back to a Las Vegas jail, August 30, 2014. Koppenhaver was in custody on charges including battery resulting in substanctial harm, battery by strangulation and assault with a deadly weapon, according to the website for the Clark County Detention Center in Las Vegas. REUTERS/Las Vegas Metropolitian Police Dept/Handout via Reuters

Mixed martial-arts fighter War Machine is guilty of beating and attempting to sexually assault his ex-girlfriend Christy Mack, a Las Vegas jury ruled Monday. War Machine faced 34 felony charges, including battery, kidnapping, sexual assault, burglary, and attempted murder, over the brutal attack on Mack in August 2014. The jury found War Machine guilty on nearly all charges, including battery, attempted sexual assault, coersion, and kidnapping. The jury ruled no decision on attempted murder charges, and found him innocent of burglary with a deadly weapon. The kidnapping charge could carry life in prison with no parole. War Machine's sentencing will take place June 5.