This morning, a Lafayette County Courthouse judge approved both Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil and his stepfather Lindsey Miller’s requests to drop the domestic violence charges
The Clarion-Ledger reported that on Friday both attorneys mutually agreed to have their clients sign dismissal forms earlier in the week as stated by Tunsil’s attorney.
The charges alleged that Tunsil assaulted his stepfather because he pushed his mother Desiree Tunsil. According to the Lafayette County Sheriff’s report, Miller stated the altercation was over a warning about having contact with agents.
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