Former No. 1 overall recruit Dorial Green-Beckham will not be arrested or charged over the incident early Sunday morning which led Missouri to indefinitely suspend him. But details from the incident report could affect his football future.
Green-Beckham unlawfully entered an apartment at 310 W. Old Plank Rd. at 2:36 a.m., according to the report, forcing the door open as one of the occupants was trying to close it on him after initially opening the door because she was expecting company.
According to the report, Green-Beckham “assaulted” another occupant of the apartment after entering it by pushing her, causing her to fall down “at least 4 stairs striking the floor.” Green-Beckham had entered the apartment looking for his girlfriend, according to the report.
The victim reportedly declined to press charges out of fear of the public backlash.
Report says victim told police she did not want to press charges because "she was afraid of the media and community backlash."—
David Morrison (@DavidCMorrison) April 10, 2014
Green-Beckham has already been arrested twice in drug-related incidents since arriving in Columbia. Missouri is already under-fire for failing to investigate an alleged rape by a member of the football program.
The sophomore led Missouri receivers in receptions (59) and touchdowns (12) in 2013.
[USA Today Sports]
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