Bruce Maxwell — the only MLB player who took a knee during the national anthem — has been sentenced for that incident in which he allegedly pulled a gun on a Postmates driver … and he won’t be going to jail.
As we previously reported, Maxwell was arrested back in October after a female driver claimed Maxwell threatened her with a gun when she tried delivering his food to his Scottsdale home.
Maxwell was initially arrested for aggravated assault — but, he cut a deal with prosecutors in which he agreed to plead guilty to disorderly conduct … a lesser charge.
In exchange, Maxwell was sentenced to 2 years probation — with a 6-month deferred sentence … which means if he violates the terms of probation, he gets 6 months in jail.
As for Bruce, he’s kept a very low profile since the arrest — we have yet to hear from him.