Laremy Tunsil’s stepfather tried to get a restraining order against him, but it was denied

635525231058447314-tcl-6h191uncr4110ts3up5c-originalWith the start of fall camp a few weeks away, Ole Miss fans are hoping for the best when it comes to OL Laremy Tunsil. The star OL was arrested earlier this month for beating up his stepfather, but that’s not the only thing he has to worry about. Tunsil’s stepfather, Lindsey Miller told the NCAA that Tunsil took money from Ole Miss in exchanged for his commitment. While that hasn’t been proven yet, Miller and Tunsil faced off in court on Friday over their incident. Miller tried to get a restraining order against Tunsil, but it was denied.


Lindsey Miller, the stepfather of Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, was denied a continuation of an Order of Protection by Justice Court Judge Mikey Avent Friday afternoon.

Miller represented himself in the first open hearing on the case stemming from an altercation at Miller’s rented home in Taylor. Tunsil, who was charged and arrested the night of June 26, was also in court along with his mother Friday.

Steve Farese represented Tunsil, who admitted hitting Miller, but only after Miller touched him and disrespected his mother. Miller is being accused of pushing Tunsil’s mother the night question. Details of the night were offered up by Miller, Tunsil and Tunsil’s mother in the almost hour-long hearing.


It sounds like Miller was trying to use Tunsil as leverage while he asked for money from different schools. This is just really sad that a family has to go through all of this because of one man’s greed.

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