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Former Florida running back Adarius Lemons, who transferred out of the program after the Gators week 2 loss to Kentucky, was arrested this week on charges of battery by strangulation, a third-degree felony, battery and criminal mischief. Per ESPN:

Lemons left the team after a loss to Kentucky this month. He is charged with battery by strangulation, battery and criminal mischief. He was arrested Wednesday and remains in the Alachua County Jail on a $65,000 bond.

According to an affidavit, Lemons rammed his longtime girlfriend into three walls Sept. 21 and grabbed her neck, restricting her breathing. The victim suffered several injuries.

Two others in the apartment witnessed the alleged attack, which apparently started over a social media message. Lemons also is accused of throwing the woman's phone to the ground and shattering it.
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Philippines4LSU69 months
What did the social media message say?
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Nado Jenkins8370 months
Transfer denied
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FratDaddyReb70 months
Looks like a class act. I just cant believe a man, such as himself, would ever do a thing like that.
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Pavoloco8370 months
He gone and he done. Bye Felecia.
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