In court on Monday, during a hearing in which his defense lawyers argued that, because she is an adult film actress, Christine Mackinday, or “Christy Mack,” couldn’t accuse their client of rape, Jonathan Koppenhaver, a mixed martial arts fighter who goes by “War Machine,” blew a kiss to the prosecutor.
Jonathan Koppenhaver, the mixed martial arts fighter known as "War Machine," was admonished in a Las Vegas courtroom yesterday for laughing during the testimony of alleged victim Christy Mack. Koppenhaver's lawyer denied his client had laughed at all, causing judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson to respond, "I watched him laugh."
Mixed martial arts competitor Jonathan "War Machine" Koppenhaver, currently facing attempted murder charges for attacking former girlfriend Christy Mack, attempted suicide by hanging in his jail cell last week. TMZ has obtained a copy of the note he left behind, in which he quotes famous moral skeptic Friedrich Nietzsche and explains that he's ending it all so he doesn't have to see Mack "tell painful lies about me" at trial.
Mixed martial arts fighter Jon "War Machine" Koppenhaver is wanted by Las Vegas police after his ex-girlfriend, porn star Christy Mack, accused him of beating her and posted photos of her severe injuries. Dog the Bounty Hunter, a television personality seemingly unrelated to the case, has threatened to hunt Koppenhaver down.
Mixed martial arts fighter War Machine is still on the run and tweeting apologies after allegedly attacking his ex-girlfriend, porn actress Christy Mack, on Friday. Today, Mack—who is still recovering in a Las Vegas hospital—posted a series of graphic photos and her own horrifying account of the attack on Twitter.