In court records, prosecutor Michael Swart said Brown began to pimp her in April and controlled her, taking away her belongings while she sold her body for sex and forcing her to sleep outside if she did not make enough money.
On May 28, the woman left Brown after he allegedly punched her in the face for withholding money from him, according to court records.
In the beginning of his sophomore year in 1966, Jackson replaced Rick Monday (the first player ever selected in the Major League Baseball draft and a future teammate with the A's) at center field.
He broke the team record for most home runs in a single season, led the team in numerous other categories and was first team All-American.
(Oklahoma had black football players before 1964, including Prentice Gautt, a star running back recruited in 1957, who played in the NFL.) He accepted a football scholarship from Arizona State University in Tempe; his high school football coach knew ASU's head football coach Frank Kush, and they discussed the possibility of his playing both sports.
Court records show Brown has criminal convictions dating back to 1996, when he was sentenced to two years in state prison for robbery.
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Reginald Martinez Jackson (born May 18, 1946) is an American former professional baseball right fielder who played 21 seasons for the Kansas City / Oakland Athletics, Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees, and California Angels of Major League Baseball (MLB).
His parents divorced when he was four; his mother took four of his siblings with her, while his father took Reggie and one of the siblings from his first marriage, though one sibling later returned to Wyncote.
Martinez Jackson was a single father, and theirs was one of the few black families in Wyncote.
Jackson hit three consecutive home runs at Yankee Stadium in the clinching game 6 of the 1977 World Series.