Attorney Says Texas Player Did Not Rape Woman At Alamo Bowl
In the Midst of the Texas Longhorns Alamo Bowl trip, quarterback Case McCoy and linebacker Jordan Hicks were sent home a night before the Alamo Bowl, and accused of sexual assault by a female Texas Tech student.
The charges are serious and damaging, but the attorney for Jordan Hicks says the charges against his client are “completely false.”
Perry Minton, the attorney for Hicks, said in a written statement, that Hicks “vehemently asserts” the conduct under investigation by San Antonio police was “consensual by everyone involved.”
“These are not the actions of a young man with a guilty conscience,” Minton wrote. “These are the actions of an honest citizen eager to cooperate with law enforcement on every level in order to clear his name and that of his friend.”
Minton says that Hicks gave the police a statement and consented to physical examination according to USA Today.Powered by Sidelines