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Delaware RB Liam Kirk Arrested For Groping Multiple Penn State Students During Football Game

A running back for the Delaware football team has been arrested for allegedly groping a group of female students while attending a Penn State football game.

Liam Kirk groped female students during the White Out game against Auburn on Sept. 18th. He also allegedly hit one woman on the top of the head and elbowed another in the head while at the stadium, according to Bret Pallotto of the Centre Daily Times.

Kirk was “highly intoxicated” and “caused great annoyance” as the Nittany Lions played the Auburn Tigers, university police wrote in an affidavit of probable cause. He was not permitted to be in the student section.

The university issued a timely warning after the allegations were reported. A defense lawyer was not listed. Kirk is a sophomore running back for the Delaware Fightin’ Blue Hens. He is suspended “until further notice,” a university

Kirk was not allowed in the student section and was very intoxicated during the course of the game, acting belligerent and annoying people in his section according to campus police.

Kirk has been charged with three counts of indecent assault without the consent of others, one count of disorderly conduct, two counts of harassment and one count of public drunkenness, according to court documents.

The FCS running back is suspended from the Delaware football team until further notice and his hearing is scheduled for Nov. 24th.

It should be noted that Delaware wasn’t playing Penn State, so there was no reason for Kirk to even be at the game.

Kids, if your going to get drunk at a football game–which is to be expected, don’t be like this guy.  His next hearing will be in a couple of months, where he should beg for mercy from the court and hope he only gets probation. He has the right complexion for that.

Flip the page for Penn State students protesting what is going on at their university.

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