Attorneys present second version of events in Worley case

Attorneys representing suspended West Virginia cornerback Daryl Worley presented Friday a second version of the events that led to the sophomore facing a misdemeanor battery charge.

A press release signed by Rocky Gianola and Dave Jecklin, of the Morgantown firm Gianola, Barnum, Bechtel & Jecklin, contends Worley “defends his long-time girlfriend from an advancing female bar patron who had earlier that night threatened to fight his girlfriend.”

Citing eyewitness statements, the press release says “the advancing female grabs Daryl’s girlfriend’s leg immediately before the video shows him pushing the female away in a non-provoking manner.”

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