John Daly's wife and her parents pleaded guilty yesterday to money-laundering charges. Sherrie Miller Daly, who married the two-time major champion in 2001, and her parents, Alvis and Billie Miller, were charged in a federal indictment alleging they were involved in a drug ring and an illegal gambling operation.
Prosecutors said earlier that the player did not know about his wife's alleged drug activities, which took place between 1996 and 2002. Under his plea agreement, Alvis Miller will serve up to two years in prison. Sherrie Daly and Billie Miller were offered an agreement of five years' probation with six months of home detention.
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