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Judge Joe Brown Net Worth: How Rich is Joe Brown Actually?



Judge Joe Brown Net Worth

Joseph Blakeney Brown Jr. Better known as Judge Joe Brown is a former American lawyer, judge, and TV personality. He is best known for making an appearance on the reality court show “Judge Joe Brown”. Brown has served as a Criminal Court Judge at Shelby County, Tennessee. As of 2022, Judge Joe Brown net worth is estimated to be around $12 million.

Judge Joe Brown was recently invited by Kwame Brown on his Bust Life YouTube show. Both discussed on some of the recent matter which also includes Kwame getting targeted by Stephen Jackson and Matt Barnes on his NBA career.

Full NameJoseph Blakely Brown Jr.
Birth DateJuly 5, 1947
Birth PlaceWashington, D. C., U. S.
ProfessionJudge, TV Personality
WifeDeborah Herron
Net Worth$12 million

Early life

Judge Joe Brown was born Joseph Blakely Brown Jr. on 5th July 1947 in Washington, D. C., United States. He grew up in the Crenshaw District of Los Angeles. For his study, he attended Dorsey High School, from where he graduated as valedictorian. In 1969, he came out holding a bachelor’s degree majoring in political science. Then, he joined UCLA, where he earned a Juris Doctor (J. D. ) degree in 1973.

Brown has started working as a teacher when he was studying at law school. In fact, he was the first American-African, who served as a prosecutor in Memphis city. After some time, he started his own law practice. Then, he started working as a judge in Shelby County’s State Criminal Court.

Judge Joe Brown Net Worth & Career

Judge Brown came into the national spotlight after presiding over the last appeal of the man accused of murdering Martin Luther King, Jr. However, he was later removed from conducting further investigation on the murder case due to alleged bias.

Brown later came into further limelight after Georgia’s former Congressman Cynthia McKinney wrote that she and the Congressional Black Caucus was told by Brown that the murder rifle found on the murder place was not the same weapon that killed Martin Luther King Jr. After the case was out, he caught the attention of the reality TV show producer, Judge Judy.

Brown later competed in the Democratic primary election for the post of Shelby County district attorney. However, he was unable to get victory in the general election, losing to the Republican incumbent, Amy Weirich by the margin of 65% to 35%.

In 1998, Brown was approached by the producers of the reality show “Judge Judy”, which he accepted, and the TV show was premiered on September 14, 1998. Many famous celebrities appeared on his show, which ran for a total of fifteen seasons before it was ended in 2013. By appearing in the reality show, he became the first Black man to preside over a Courtroom Television show.

Judge Joe Brown has recently made an appearance on Kwame Brown’s new latest YouTube talk show. On the YouTube show, he unleashed many Truth Bombs to Kwame Brown. Brown also went super hard at other celebrities like Lizzo, Cardi B, and Kamala Harris.

Judge Joe Brown Personal Life & Legal Challenges

Judge Joe Brown has been married twice. Both of his marriage life ended with divorce. He even has 2 sons from his first marriage. Brown spent sixteen years of conjugal relation with his ex-wife Deborah Harron, which ended with divorce in 2017. He settled the divorce with his ex-wife, Deborah with an agreement to pay $2200 per month.

Judge Brown was arrested in March 2014 in Memphis, Tennesse, after he was charged with 5 counts of contempt of court, and getting verbally abusive on a child support case which was overseen by Magistrate Harold Horne. Later, he was sentenced to 5 days in jail.

On August 27, 2015, he surrendered himself to the Shelby County Sheriff to serve his 5 days sentence at the Shelby County Corrections Facility located in Memphis. He was released from the Corrections Facility on September 1, 2015.

Judge Joe Brown Net Worth

As of 2022, Judge Joe Brown’s net worth is estimated to be around $12 million. He was reportedly earning $20 million per year during the final seasons of the reality show. Brown was also the second-highest-paid daytime TV personality. Brown also has a collection of Porsche 911, a Land Rover, a Range Rover, and a house in Tennesse to add to his property.

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