MMA Fighter Sent to 20 Years in Prison For Rapping a Grandmother and Assaulting Her Daughter
Lucas received 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to assaulting both her granddaughter and teenage daughter. Lucas already had an extensive criminal history when arrested.
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Early Life and Education
Lucas served in the Oklahoma House of Representatives for five and a half years, working tirelessly to defend Oklahoma farmers’ values while being an outspoken supporter of environmental causes.
Lucas is an unusually bright teenager and natural athlete. His dream of becoming a racecar driver is crushed when an accident forces him out of action and takes away his driving abilities.
Maggie decides to become a cheerleader for the school football team to gain closer to Lucas, yet is quickly corrected in thinking she will be his date at an upcoming dance. When confronted, Lucas admits he does not currently have one but promises she can find one himself.
Lucas never expected to become a professional basketball player; however, his accuracy as an accurate shooter and strong rebounding abilities attracted interest from Cincinnati Royals. When he refused their contract offer in 1962, New York Knicks quickly offered a high-salary deal which increased ticket sales significantly for their struggling franchise.
Lucas returned for his second NBA season as backup for center Willis Reed and power forward Dave DeBusschere, averaging 20.8 points and 9.8 rebounds per game to help lead New York Knicks into 1972 NBA finals where they lost to Los Angeles Lakers with Wilt Chamberlain.
After his basketball career was complete, he founded American Zoetrope – an independent film production company. American Graffiti, co-written and directed by him, won numerous awards including both Golden Globe and New York Film Critics’ Circle awards.
Achievement and Honors
Lucas is known as an innovator of digital film technology, having pioneered these developments for both the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises. He is an honorary member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as well as having won their Irving G. Thalberg Award.
Lucas excelled during his high school career by scoring touchdowns on both runs and receptions as well as returns. In his senior year he recorded an astounding 71 yard kickoff return, the longest since Tevin Coleman in 2014.
Lucas is an essential member of coach Andy Sharpe’s squad, serving as both an offensive and defensive force on offense and defense simultaneously. Lucas earned both honors this year averaging 16.2 points per game while leading his league in assists per contest with 4.9 per contest averages.
Lucas was born and raised on a walnut ranch near Modesto, California. Although his goal was to become a drag racer, a car accident just after graduating high school severely injured him and put an end to that plan.
Lucas has performed at various theatres on the East Coast. For five years he toured with Theatre IV. In television and film he played roles such as that of a Continental Army Officer in HBO’s John Adams mini series as well as Hannah Montana TV show.
He currently represents Oklahoma’s Third Congressional District, covering 32 counties from Tulsa to Mustang in the north and Altus to Mustang in the west. As an advocate of agriculture issues and property rights defender, Rep. Inhofe is known for fighting tirelessly on his constituent’s behalf in Congress.
Lucas hails from a family devoted to martial arts; one of his uncles earned their fourth degree black belt in Karate while another held four-degree black belt in Jiu Jitsu. Thus it should come as no surprise that Lucas would go on to become an outstanding mixed martial arts (MMA) athlete himself.
He is well-known for the fantastic instructional content that he posts to YouTube and his hard work in the gym, amassing an impressive following of more than 5 million subscribers to his channel.
Lucas keeps his personal life private; however, he has had several relationships in the past and even shares children with one of them. At present, Lucas is dating Ivanita Lomeli and working on new project together with her – filming “The Fighter”, set for release sometime around 2022.