Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports
Back in June, LSU defensive back Jalen Mills was arrested and charged for second degree battery for allegedly punching a female victim in the mouth at his campus apartment.

His charges were later reduced from a second-degree battery, a felony- to simple assault.

On Wednesday, Mills' attorney Brent Stockstill says it was the athlete's girlfriend that hit the women, not his client. Per

East Baton Rouge Parish District Attorney Hillar Moore, however, maintains Mills was the one who delivered the blow May 4 to a woman outside his apartment.

The punch, whoever threw it, resulted in the alleged victim receiving four stitches to her mouth.

The alleged victim's account of the incident, Mills' attorney Brent Stockstill said Wednesday (Oct. 8), conflicts with other accounts of witnesses at the scene. Moreover, he said, Mills' girlfriend, who he declined to name, has admitted to hitting the alleged victim.
Stockstill said he plans to enter a not guilty plea on behalf of Mills at Tuesdays arraignment.
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pointdog33117 months
Boosie got in Hillar's head
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3rdRowTailgater117 months
Hillar Moore is a joke.
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