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Report – BKFC Fighter Sheena Bradenburg Charged After Fatal Hit And Run Incident


Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship fighter and professional mixed martial artist, Sheena Bradenburg has reportedly been charged following a hit and run incident that left a motorcyclist dead on August 1st. of last year in Crawford County, Michigan. 

Bradenburg, 37, currently residing in Gaylord, Michigan is according to a report from Michigan based website, to have collided with a motorcycle driven by 56-year-old Grayling native, Troy Lambert at around 1 a.m. last August, before driving away from the scene. Lambert, who had been at the same tavern as Bradenburg before the incident died as a result of his injuries. According to Missouri State Police, Brandenburg never made any attempt to report the incident to law enforcement or emergency services, or attempt to assist Lambert. 


With a warrant issued for her arrest in October of last year, law enforcement was informed in November that Brandenburg was residing in Elsberry, Missouri. Arrested by officers from the Elsberry Police Department and extradited back to Michigan, Bradenburg’s arraignment has been set for March 8th.

Charged with one count of reckless driving and one count of failing to stop at the scene of a deadly accident, Bradenburg has seen her bail set at $250,000. 

An alum of Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship and RIZIN FF, Bradenburg, who’s nicknamed ‘Puma Starr’ last competed at BKFC 15 in December, losing to Jenny Clausius. 

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