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Ole Miss' Robert and Denzel Nkemdiche being sued for $2 Million

Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
According to a report by Clay Travis of FoxSports.net, Ole Miss football players Denzel and Robert Nkemdiche are being sued for alleged battery from an incident that occurred in February 2013.

The suit alleges that Denzel punched a man who was at the Kappa Alpha Franterity house in the back of the head and knocked him out. Robert, who was still in High School at the time, and five other football players began kicking and stomping the man. The man began convulsing and was taken to the emergency room and treated for severe head injuries.

The Nkemdiche brothers are being sued for battery, negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

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Ole Miss athletic department issued the following statement in response to the FoxSports report:
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“When this alleged incident occurred, the proper authorities investigated the matter and could find no evidence of wrong-doing related to Denzel and Robert Nkemdiche or any other members of our football program. This is a personal matter for them and we will support Denzel and Robert while they defend themselves in this civil case.”
Originally published on SECRant.com

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Mie2cents - 7 months ago
I am glad LSU didn't get that fool.
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WithaRebelYell - 7 months ago
Your right because this would never happen in the Big 12.
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AUsteriskPride - 7 months ago
Well, they both have their mama's nostrils. Future trademark!
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smash williams - 7 months ago
Isn't there a history of them getting into altercations? Read about the younger brother starting trouble at a frat party or something.
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87BAMAGRAD - 7 months ago
Nkemdiche or Kouandjio?
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87BAMAGRAD - 7 months ago
Which is harder to spell,
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Big12fan - 7 months ago
They should be in prison, not at a university. Way to go SEC, you lead in everything.
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NOSTRODAMUS - 7 months ago
Of course, they had nothing to do with it. My ass.
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