Roger Clemens’ Son, Kory, Receives Probation After DWI Case


Roger Clemens’ son, Kory, has been sentenced to probation after reaching a plea deal in his DWI case. The 35-year-old Kory Clemens, one of the sons of the MLB legend, pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count of driving while intoxicated. As a result, he has been placed on probation for the next 12 months.

Key Takeaway

Kory Clemens, son of baseball star Roger Clemens, has been placed on probation after pleading guilty to driving while intoxicated as part of a plea deal, following a previous DWI arrest in 2019.

The Plea Deal and Sentencing

According to court documents, Kory Clemens struck a plea deal with prosecutors, resulting in a 180-day jail sentence, which was suspended in favor of probation. The terms of the probation include requirements such as abstaining from drugs and alcohol, attending three AA meetings per week, and completing a DWI education class, among other stipulations.

Background of the Case

Kory Clemens was initially charged in April after allegedly hitting a vehicle while driving under the influence in the Houston, Texas area at 2:22 AM. Authorities reported that Kory was exhibiting signs of intoxication at the scene, including vomiting, bloodshot eyes, and difficulty walking. This incident followed a previous DWI arrest in May 2019, which was resolved through a pretrial diversion program.