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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jackson Mahomes, the brother of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, has been charged with sexual battery.

Wearing an aqua polo shirt and khaki pants, Jackson Mahomes made his first court appearance for three counts of aggravated sexual battery and one count of battery.

He appeared via video feed from the Johnson County jail during a hearing Wednesday afternoon.

Mahomes’ bond was set at $100,000. After his court appearance, he posted bond and was released from custody Wednesday afternoon.

When leaving the jail, Mahomes would not comment to FOX4. His attorney said the judge would not allow either of them to speak on the case in public.

His next court hearing is scheduled for May 11.

On Feb. 25, Jackson allegedly forcibly kissed an Overland Park restaurant owner and pushed a teenager, according to a police report.

FOX4 has reached out to the Johnson County District Attorney’s Office, but they are not commenting at this time.

He made headlines during the 2021 NFL season and had to apologize after doing a TikTok dance on a #21 painted on the field honoring Washington Commanders’ player Sean Taylor.

A couple months after that incident, he was in news again when a downtown Kansas City bar called his behavior out after he expressed displeasure in a social media rant that he later deleted.

Details about his charges and court proceedings are developing. FOX4 will keep you updated when more information becomes available.