Columbia, police say no charges in DGB case of possible assault

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COLUMBIA, Mo. — Just three days after being suspended indefinitely by Head Coach Gary Pinkel for breaking team rules, Missouri football wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham learned Thursday that he will not have to face charges for a possible assault, according to Columbia, Mo., police.

The report also says that Green-Beckham forced his way into an apartment occupied by two 18-year-old women early Sunday morning, with Green-Beckham pushing one down several stairs. After a police investigation, neither woman now says they want to press charges. According to the police report, it’s because they fear possible backlash from the media and the community.

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  • Joe

    They may not be pressing charges because they either fabricated parts of the story or exaggerated other parts. If they were really assaulted, a strong woman wouldn’t allow a man to do that.

  • JR

    Did you read the article, Joe? It very clearly stated thet these young ladies chose not to prosecute because they fear backlash from the media and community, a very real concern. They are 18, barely adults. They are quite likely afriad of exactly what you just did- demonize the victim. Shame on you