Ben Roethlisberger Faces Six Game Suspension.

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has just  received a SIX game suspension from the NFL for violating the league’s Personal-Conduct Policy.

A spokesperson for the NFL announced that Ben has been informed of the decision.

Officials claim the suspension could be reduced to 4 games, if NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sees fit.

Ben will not be paid for the games he will miss — which means he could lose nearly $3 million if he misses all six.

Along with the suspension, Ben will also have to undergo a comprehensive behavioral evaluation.

In a letter to Roethlisberger, Commish Goodell told Ben, “There is nothing about your conduct in Milledgeville that can remotely be described as admirable, responsible, or consistent with either the values of the league or the expectations of our fans.”

-“The BklynBandette.” Mr. Hollywood’s Co-Defendant.

“Big Ben” To Meet With NFL Commissioner Today.

Well Ben Roethlisberger may have gotten out of being charged of a sexual assault crime, but he still has to face NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. Goodell wants to meet with Roethlisberger today about his recent troubles and how to prevent this going forward.

Big Ben Apologizes:

“I’d like to begin by expressing gratitude to the thorough investigation process in Georgia. The prosecutor’s decision not to bring charges, I know without a doubt, is the right conclusion. I don’t intend to discuss any details related to the events of Georgia. I’m happy to put this behind me and move forward.

“I’m truly sorry for the disappointment and negative attention I brought to my family, my teammates, coaches, the Rooneys and the NFL. I understand that the opportunities I have been blessed with are a privilege, and much is expected of me as the quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers. I absolutely want to be the leader this team deserves, valued in the community and a role model to kids. I have much work to do to earn this trust. And I’m committed to improving and showing everyone my true values.

“I am excited to get back to work with my teammates, and I’m more determined than ever to have a great season. I intend to make my family, friends and Steeler nation proud on all fronts. Thank you. God bless.”

Ben Roethlisberger Will NOT Be Charged For Sexual Assault.

Ben Roethlisberger will not be charged for sexual assault stemming from an incident in Milledgeville, GA earlier this year.

During a news conference moments ago, Ocmulgee Judicial Circuit District Attorney Fred Bright said during a meeting with Ben’s alleged victim 10 days ago, she said she did not want to pursue the matter any further.

Bright said both Ben and the woman were highly intoxicated when they went into the bathroom at Capital City nightclub — where the alleged incident occurred.

Bright said there are still “significant questions about what occurred” in the bathroom … but Ben will not be prosecuted.

Bright said after the alleged incident, Ben’s victim went to a local hospital where an emergency room doctor and two nurses examined her, and found “a superficial laceration,” bruising and bleeding in the  genital area.

Bright said the woman told doctors “a boy kinda raped me” — but Bright said the doctor could not say if the woman’s injuries were caused by sexual assault.

Bright said Ben initially said the alleged victim fell and hit her head in the bathroom — but doctors found no trauma to the woman’s head. After that, Bright says Ben’s agent stepped in and said the quarterback wouldn’t answer questions with an attorney present.

-“The BklynBandette.” Mr. Hollywood’s Co-Defendant.