Freeman, wearing number 16, lost his temper with a spectator on the sidelines and appeared to try to approach them, which sparked the altercation. Security made an attempt to intervene and stop JF, clearly upsetting the Alabama State player.
At that point, Freeman quickly threw a right while wearing his helmet, landing square on the guard’s face, who instantly grabbed the affected region.
This might be the last we see of Jacob Freeman playing Football
The FAMU Police Department detained Freeman on Sunday, according to the Leon County Sheriff’s Office. One count of “battery causing bodily harm” was brought against Freeman. Freeman was eventually let go after posing for a mug shot.
He won’t, though, be visiting a football field any time soon. Because of his actions, Bama St. suspended him. The athletic department issued a statement saying, “We do not condone the student-athlete’s behavior, nor are the actions typical of the expectations set forth by the athletic department and our university.
During a SWAC coaches media call, Hornets head coach Eddie Robinson Jr. stated that Freeman is sorry, “but at the same time, he has to go through the process of his actions.”. As things stand Freeman’s profile has been removed from the School’s website.