Jalen Carter, the infamous NFL player to put forward his interpretation on the care race death before County Police Department. The Georgia star will be missing out on the NFL combine, as he has to appear before the Athens-Clarke County Police Department.
Jalen Carter charged for Car accident
His teammates Devin Willock and Chandler LeCroy while Carter was racing a 2012 Jeep Trackhawk against a Ford Expedition of the same year, in the fateful incident. The Ford Expedition was actually driven by LeCroy where an unfortunate accident has led to the death of Devin Willock and Chandler LeCroy in the other car.
Jalen Carter has been charged with 2 counts of a misdemeanour in the case and needs to depose before the Athens-Clarke County Police Department. Carter took to social media platforms to say, “This morning I received a telephone call from the Athens Georgia police department informing me that two misdemeanour warrants have been issued against me for reckless driving and racing,” the statement reads.
“Numerous media reports also have circulated this morning containing the tragic events of January 15, 2023. It is my intention to return to Athens to answer the misdemeanour charges against me and to make certain that the complete and accurate truth is presented. There is no question in my mind that when all of the facts are known that I will be fully exonerated of any criminal wrongdoing.”
Who is Jalen Carter?
Jalen Carter is supposedly one of the top players, if not the best in this year’s edition of the NFL. He also happens to be the 2nd best from Pro Football Focus as well as the ESPN rankings. Carter has the ability to play in any position and emerge at the top, which he has proved with his consistent and stellar performance over the years.
However, the recent case of misdemeanour that has been framed on him as an aftereffect of the unfortunate road accident that killed 2 of his teammates, his brand value is expected to nosedive, should he gets convicted.
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