Junie Browning Finally Surrenders to Thailand Police

Written by Tom Ngo
December 22nd, 2011

UFC Junie Browning

Junie Browning’s (Pictured) adventures in Thailand appear to have come to an end. The former UFC fighter, who has been on the run from police for the last 10 days, has finally turned himself in to authorities.

Browning and his girlfriend, Laura, surprisingly appeared at the Chalong Police Station in southern Phuket late Wednesday night. The other participants in the infamous brawl arrived shortly after Browning surrendered.

At this time, no charges have been filed as officers are trying to sift through the facts of the case. Nobody, including Browning, were held at the police station overnight.

Last weekend, it was reported Browning incited a rumble inside of a Phuket bar and continued his assault in the emergency treatment ward at Patong Hospital. Browning was allegedly seen beating a woman at the bar. He then lashed out at a female staff member when she tried to intervene.

All of the brawlers were eventually taken for treatment at Patong Hospital. However, that’s when Browning decided it was time for the scuffle to enter into round two.

The troubled 26-year-old then fled the hospital before police arrived because he felt his and his girlfriend’s lives were in danger. According to Browning, friends alerted him that the mafia had put a bounty on his head and that’s what caused him to go into hiding.

Browning later sent an email to the PhuketGazette to declare his innocence and share his side of the story.

Phuketwan.com reports that all parties are mediating in an attempt to reach restitution for medical bills and damage done at the bar.

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