Jaylen McCollough, Tennessee DB, maintains 'complete innocence' on assault charges
Jaylen McCollough’s attorney has made a statement regarding his arrest for felony aggravated assault Sunday night. McCollough is charged with assaulting a man for entering his apartment, per Trey Wallace of Outkick.com.
McCollough maintains ‘complete innocence’ according to Knoxville attorney Chloe Akers.
“Mr. McCollough is cooperating fully with both the University of Tennessee and Knoxville Police Department investigations into these allegations. He looks forward to a speedy resolution of this matter and maintains his complete innocence.”
The full details from the police report are strange to say the least. McCollough was accused of assaulting a man who was intoxicated, walked into the wrong apartment and was later approached by a man who struck him before he lost consciousness.
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McCollough’s girlfriend was one who came to the man’s aid and called McCollough back to the scene where blood could be seen on his hand, which was in bandages.
The full arrest report can be read here.