Rick Neuheisel: “UCLA didn’t want to press charges against Sean Combs”

Screen-Shot-2012-09-28-at-1.29.51-PMFormer UCLA head coach Rick Neuheisel raised a lot of eyebrows yesterday while speaking about the incident involving hip hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs. I’m sure you all know by now that Combs was arrested for his attack on strength and conditioning coordinator Sal Alosi. While we all have been waiting for more information to come out, Neuheisel has a show on SiriusXM College Sports Nation and decided to talk about the situation. Neuheisel explained what started this whole situation and says that UCLA didn’t want to press charges against Combs.

 

“There was a little history there,” Neuheisel said. “Justin had missed some workouts prior to this and had said to Sal that he was doing workouts with his dad’s private trainer. There are discretionary workouts and mandatory workouts. The NCAA has a window of time. Discretionary workouts, he missed, which he’s allowed to — they’re discretionary. He had said he’s working out with his dad’s trainer.

“So somehow, yesterday, and I still have a little pulse of what’s going on out there, Justin looks a little out of shape, and there was something said. He was actually removed from the workout. (Diddy) got the report from Justin and marched over.”

What I learned was they were going to let this go, because the UCLA folks didn’t want to press charges,” Neuheisel said. “But when the campus police arrived on the scene, they looked at the film.”

 

Neuheisel’s son plays quarterback for the Bruins, so I’m sure that’s where he got his information from. I can’t believe that UCLA were willing to not press charges after what Combs did. There are some stuff that you can disregard, but this is not one of them. I have a strong feeling that Combs charges will be dropped in the near future.

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