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Domestic violence charges against freshman Ole Miss defensive end Charles Wiley have been dismissed, according to his lawyer Steve Farese. Per The Clarion-Ledger:

"The parties mutually agreed to dismiss the charges and (to) handle this matter privately," Farese said on Thursday morning.

A source within Ole Miss' program said Wiley is now eligible to play.

On Wednesday afternoon, Rebels coach Hugh Freeze said Wiley would "never step on the field until (his legal issues are) cleared up."
No. 21 Ole Miss (1-2, 0-1 SEC) plays host to No. 11 Georgia (3-0, 1-0) on Saturday at 11am on ESPN.
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Strannix91 months
Oxford PD didn't have enough officers to investigate, they have openings you know. Crooked arse mfers.
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DaleGribblesMower91 months
Gee, some shady criminal shite going down at Ole Miss. Shocker
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Tridentds91 months
I guess the victim took Wiley's threats seriously and decided to drop all charges.. Close one.
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PhilipMarlowe91 months
I'm sure Pastor Butt-frick Beaver prayed with the victim, and they both realized through the power of the Lord that forgiveness is best.
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Cadello91 months
Only thng interesting here is that Georgia is ranked #11
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SwayzeBalla91 months
Thankfully there's no video evidence
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HailFreezusOver91 months
his girlfriend and he were in a shouting arguement. and were both charged with the same thing. If they both drop their charges... neither has to pay the penalty. seems mutually beneficial. but keep up your conspiracy maroon nation. Wiley was suspended from games while this worked out in court. 3 games. not even a video of him beating a woman on the ground... for 1 game
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WithaRebelYell91 months
How dare you use reason and logic!
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MaroonNation91 months
Amazing how these charges got cleared all the sudden. Check must have cleared.
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