LSU Football Players Questioned By Police About Bar Brawl
Just in time for the Sept 3 opening game against Oregon in Arlington, Texas, 4 LSU football players are being questioned by police in Baton Rouge for an” incident” at a local club last week. Quarterback Jordan Jefferson, wide receiver Jarvis Landry, offensive tackle Chris Davenport and linebacker Josh Johns met with the Violent Crimes Unit this morning in Baton Rouge. Suspensions and arrests are a very real possibility – not a great way to kick off the school year, guys.
ESPN writer Edward Aschoff writes “There were no charges promised and no charges not promised,” defense attorney Nathan Fisher told the Times Picayune. “After today, I think they have some more investigating to do. We’ll be back with them. If they have any further questions, they’ll be back with us.”
Fisher also said that he has two videos from the night of the fight. One provides a timeline of the incident and the other shows one of the victims’ actions inside the bar.
We’ll keep you posted if and when the videos become available or any further news is reported on the incident.