New Georgia wide receiver Rodarius Thomas was arrested early Monday on charges of battery-family violence and false imprisonment, according to multiple reports. Per ESPN:

Thomas, a junior from Eufaula, Alabama, recently transferred to Georgia from Mississippi State. He was released from the Athens-Clarke County Jail on Monday after posting bond.

Thomas was arrested by University of Georgia police at 4:40 a.m. ET Monday, according to jail records. Additional details of the incident weren't immediately available.

Under University of Georgia Athletic Association guidelines, Thomas faces an immediate suspension after being charged with a felony.
Thomas led Mississippi State with 44 receptions for 626 yards with seven touchdowns this past season.

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TNTigerman13 months
How can you have family violence at age 20?
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HoustonGumbeauxGuy13 months
Mark Richt has lost control of UGA incoming transfers
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scrooster13 months
... but will his NiL deal with UGA be null and voided?
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rjokerlsu13 months
What a way to start his days at Georgia.
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OSTiger7713 months
Starting to look like LSU 2020 in Athens. Minus the arrests and scandals.
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VolNavy9813 months
ThUGA at its best. Must be a pre-requisite to attend UGA.
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Leopold13 months
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JakeFromStateFarm13 months
Rara go byebye
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Rex Feral13 months
In before thUGA
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soccerfüt13 months
Just misunderstood, thought it was his study group.
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UT Beer Man13 months
This program is starting to spin out of control.
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