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There’s more jail time for a Masters winner.

More Jail Time For A Masters Winner

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Two-time major champion Angel Cabrera has been convicted of another assault. Cabrera, the 2007 US OPEN and 2009 Masters winner has been sentenced to another 28 months in prison for assaulting his former partner, Micaela Escudero.

In 2021, he was sentenced to two years in prison Cecilia Torres.  He will serve both sentences concurrently.

Cabrera was arrested in Brazil and extradited to Argentina to face numerous charges.  His former wife, Silva Rivadero, filed two charges against him.

Along with his two major championship wins, he finished runner-up, losing in a playoff at the 2013 Masters to Adam Scott.

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