Lower than two weeks after Texas coach Chris Beard was arrested for allegedly strangling his fiancee, she walked again her declare.
Randi Trew says there was a “bodily battle” between the 2, who stay collectively, and he or she broke his eyeglasses.
Nevertheless, she mentioned Beard “didn’t strangle me.”
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“Chris and I are deeply saddened that we now have introduced detrimental consideration upon our household, associates and the College of Texas, amongst others,” Trew mentioned in a press release. “As Chris’ fiancee and largest supporter, I apologize for the position I performed on this unlucky occasion. I understand that my frustration, when breaking his glasses, initiated a bodily battle between Chris and myself.
“Chris didn’t strangle me, and I advised that to legislation enforcement that night. Chris has acknowledged that he was performing in self-defense, and I don’t refute that. I don’t consider Chris was attempting to deliberately hurt me in any manner. It was by no means my intent to have him arrested or prosecuted. We respect everybody’s help and prayers throughout this troublesome time.”
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Trew initially mentioned Beard bit her and strangled her from behind to the purpose she could not breathe for a number of seconds. She told police “he simply snapped on me and have become tremendous violent,” including that Beard “choked me, threw me up and about, bit me, bruises throughout my leg, throwing me round and going nuts,” in keeping with a courtroom affidavit.
Beard advised police in a separate report that Trew struck him, and he tried to seize her wrists to cease her.
Beard was suspended indefinitely with out pay after he was arrested.
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The university mentioned it’s reviewing Trew’s assertion.
“This matter is the topic of an inside investigation, and the college doesn’t touch upon pending investigations,” the college mentioned.
Fox Information’ Paulina Dedaj and The Related Press contributed to this report.