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Former LSU Football Player Sentenced To Six Years In Jail
by TD Staff Reporter
July 12, 201613 Comments
Former LSU defensive tackle Trey Lealaimatafao pleaded no contest on Friday to felony charges and was sentenced to six years in state prison, according to mynewsla.com.
quote:Lealaimatafao was a part of LSU's 2014 recruiting class but never played a down during his rookie season in Baton Rouge. He was dismissed from the football program in June of 2015 after multiple off-the-field issues, including two arrests.
A former Louisiana State University football player, who carried out a series of robberies in South Los Angeles with an ex-USC athlete and a third man, pleaded no contest Friday to felony charges and was immediately sentenced to six years in state prison.
Trey Lealaimatafao, 19, entered his plea to a pair of second-degree robbery counts and one carjacking count.
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