Jonathan Irons, who is from Missouri, was freed from prison after a county prosecutor declined to retry his case. WNBA star Maya Moore was one of the supporters who argued that he was wrongly convicted, and was present after he was released.
Jonathan Irons’s controversy
In 1998, Irons was convicted on charges of burglary and shooting at Stanley Stotler’s home. Stotler, who was then 38, lived alone in O’Fallon, which was a 45-minute drive from downtown St. Louis. Stotler was shot twice and was armed like his assailant. Irons constantly insisted that he had been misidentified and was not present at the scene.
Unknown Facts About Jonathan Irons
- Maya Moore and her family met Irons via prison ministry. She met Irons in 2007 during a penitentiary visit before she started studying at the University of Connecticut.
- Maya Moore and Jonathan Irons announced their marriage through Instagram.
Relationship status of Jonathan Irons
Jonathan Irons Biography
|Real Name||Jonathan Irons|
|Date of Birth||1980|
|Father Name||Yet to be updated|
|Mother Name||Yet to be updated|
|Height||Yet to be updated|
|Weight||Yet to be updated|
|Zodiac Sign / Sun Sign||Not known|
|Net Worth||Under Review|
|Educational Qualification||Yet to be updated|
|Hobbies||Yet to be updated|
|Wife Name||Maya Moore|
|Current City||Missouri, USA|