Upper from left, James Cooksey, Kyler Kregel, and Ben Pettway and lower from left, Noah Spielman and Samuel TeBos are Wheaton College football players on the roster who faced felony charges after being accused in a hazing of a teammate. The case of the fifth and final former Wheaton College football player charged in a nearly 3-year-old hazing scandal that injured a teammate has come to a close, thanks to a rarely used legal maneuver. Attorney Lee Davis, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, said Pettway needed to use the Alford plea -- a guilty plea by a defendant who proclaims he is innocent of the crime, but admits prosecutors have enough evidence to convict him beyond a reasonable doubt -- to maintain Pettway's standing in a pending civil suit filed by the victim, Charles Nagy.
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AP — Federal authorities say a Tennessee man accused of extorting a woman by posing as a University of Tennessee football player in an attempt to receive nude photos over Snapchat tried similar tactics against 11 other women and two girls. News outlets report that year-old Brandon D. Shanahan of Sweetwater pleaded not guilty Wednesday to 14 counts of extortion before a Knoxville federal magistrate judge.
Meanwhile, [victim] is left to attend Carthage High School, the only public school available to her, while enduring the looks and sneers of students, faculty and administrators who have seen her naked and can continue to do so. The lawsuit was filed Monday in U. On or about April 30,after playing volleyball, the victim, went to a friends house to shower and hang out with friends.
ESPN first reported on the lawsuit this evening. He named Doni Dowling and David Eldridge as defendants in the suit, and said that they targeted him because they thought he was soft. Coaches allegedly did nothing to stop any of the harassment, and the suit says that wide receivers coach Marques Hagan set the tone by harassing Howard himself.
CNN - Sometimes, the only way to get noticed is to be controversial, to be out of the ordinary. Stir it up, cause a fuss, rip up the rule book and watch the masses react. In the autumn ofKatrina Boyd and her teammates assembled at the Australian Institute of Sport for a photo shoot they all knew would make headlines.