What is Terry Kennedy's net worth?

SKATEBOARDER Terry Kennedy has found himself behind bars.

The famous skateboarder was arrested on Tuesday July 27, 2021 after being accused of multiple crimes.

What is Terry Kennedy's net worth?

Kennedy, 36, has made his career off of being a professional skateboarder.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Kennedy had an estimated net worth of $4 million.

Throughout the years, Kennedy has been on multiple reality TV shows, including Viva La Bam, Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory, and Bam's Unholy Union.

He can also be found in music videos for Snoop Dogg and Mistah Fab.

Over the years, Kennedy has also had multiple sponsors throughout his career, including Baker Skateboards, Venture, and Gold Wheels.

Kennedy is also the co-founded of Fly Society, a clothing and music brand.

Why was Terry Kennedy arrested?

Kennedy was arrested in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois.

TMZ reported that he has been arrested in relation to multiple crimes, including fleeing the scene after violently attacking a man at a motel, breaking his skull and causing a concussion.

Kennedy is also accused of threatening to kill a police officer.

On July 28, Kennedy appeared in court and had bail set at $100,000, prison records show that as of July 29, he is still behind bars.

A spokesperson told TMZ that while Kennedy was being processed, he threatened to kill cops nine times.

"I will kill one of you police. We kill police where I'm from," he told cops.

The spokesperson also added in that Kennedy referenced a 2017 cop-killing incident in Whittier, CA, claiming,  "We killed ya'll in Whittier, California. We killed ya'll bitch ass."

It is unknown if Kennedy will be investigated or charged in relation to that murder.

Was Terry Kennedy shot?

Back in June of 2005, Kennedy found himself in the hospital following a shooting.

The then 19-year-old skater was shot twice after leaving a party in Long Beach, CA.

Kennedy took shots in the forearm and the jaw.

"I seen a n***a shooting and I swear it was like 'The Matrix.' I seen the bullets flying though the air, then hit me in the jaw. What got me mad was the n***a was shooting from far away. I'm like, 'This n***a is not no police officer, don't nobody have that much aim to hit me dead in the jaw,' " Kennedy said about the incident back then.

 "Of all places, why the jaw? I don't have a reason for getting shot in the mouth. I didn't do nothing to nobody. I'm a skateboarder, I'm not on rap songs dissin' n***as or nothing."

Since then, Kennedy has made a full recovery and went on to continue his career.

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