It came about after he plead guilty to breaking into his ex-wife’s apartment back in June.
Leben entered jail on Sept. 21 and has since been updating fans on his situation using his social media. He’s posted on Twitter and Facebook, letting fans know how he’s doing and apparently he’s holding an upcoming Q&A.
Lebrun retired form MMA after his loss to Uriah Hall back in Dec. of 2013.
According to MMAJunkie, the plan is for Leben to serve the first 30 days of his sentence in jail, then 30 more on work furlough. After that if everything goes smoothly he will be placed on probation.
Check out some of his in-jail tweets below: