Again, why am I not surprised.
Kendrick reportedly has a long criminal record and has been arrested on several other occasions in Tennessee. He was first arrested in 2013 for aggravated assault. In 2016 he was taken into custody again and charged with aggravated criminal trespassing, aggravated assault and evasion of arrest. Later in 2019, he was charged with molestation and again with aggravated assault.
IIRC, they can't use his previous criminal history to convict, but they can use it during sentencing.
And is this something an attorney can use when suing Wendys. Hiring someone with this kind of record??