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Ziggler’s brother plead guilty

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The brother of WWE’s Dolph Ziggler, plead guilty on Friday to the 2016 killing of a Marine Corps veteran in Cleveland, Ohio. The incident took place at a Cleveland hotel was a botched drug robbery.

Donald Nemeth, 30, is the brother of Ziggler, whose real name is Nicholas Nemeth. 52-year-old Jack King, like Nemeth, also plead guilty to charges of involuntary manslaughter, aggravated robbery and kidnapping from the Jan. 23, 2016 incident.

Donald Nemeth (Photo by Cory Shaffer, cleveland.com)

Donald Nemeth (Photo by Cory Shaffer, cleveland.com)

Joshua Mascol died at the University Hotel and Suites on Euclid Avenue.

Both men will be sentenced on Aug. 28 by judge Shannon Gallagher in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court. Nemeth is out on bail as he was ordered to wear an ankle monitor on home detention until the sentencing.

In a few days on Monday, the duo were scheduled to face charges of aggravated murder. If they were convicted, they were facing a potential life sentence.

Nemeth’s lawyers are barred from mentioning Nicholas Nemeth aka Dolph Ziggler in court. It’s irrelevant to bring his name up, according to the Cuyahoga County prosecutors.

The two individuals blamed each other for what happened the night in question. The Lawyers for each are hoping to have separate trails.

The duo tried to rob Mascol, who was 34-years-old when he died, during the alleged drug deal in question. A scuffle then broke out and Mascol was then shot three-times in a hallway.

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