He was arrested at least seven times here since 2006 on charges that went from possession of marijuana and cocaine to driving with a suspended license and reckless operation of a boat.
In June 2006, he pleaded guilty to armed robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. Wearing a white tee over his head and gloves, Baker and an accomplice attacked a McDonald’s near his home on Indiantown Road and forced the manager to open a safe.
They escaped with $10,000 but were nabbed hours later at a gas station.
Bride Olivia, meanwhile, had her brush with the law in 2010, when Jupiter cops stopped her for speeding in a Mercedes.
In the trunk, the lawmen found enough pot to charge her with possession with intent to sell.
Because the arrest was her first, Olivia was placed in a pre-trial intervention program and the state didn’t pursue charges.
We reached out to Joe Namath to ask about the nuptials but he has yet to return the calls.