Keyontae Johnson will reportedly not be charged after being accused of sexual battery.

In March, it was reported that a sworn complaint had been filed by police accusing Johnson of sexual battery. The incident occurred during an off-campus party in February.

Edgar Thompson of the Orlando Sentinel was first to report that Johnson won’t be charged. The Sentinel has the online story behind a subscriber-only paywall. Reporters from the Tampa Bay Times and The Alligator are also reporting the case has been dropped/abandoned, according to Alachua County Court Records.

Johnson, the 2020-21 preseason SEC Player of the Year, last played for Florida on Dec. 12, 2020, when he collapsed on the court at Florida State. Johnson was hospitalized for 8 days and placed in a medically-induced coma. Johnson remained close to the team, taking on an unofficial student assistant role, earning him the nickname “Coach Key.” In March, Kentucky and Florida arranged to allow Johnson on the court in the starting lineup for UF’s Senior Day. Johnson received a ceremonial opening tip, dribbled and then kissed the court before exiting the game.

On May 1, Johnson entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal.