OSU Says Star Wrestler

OSU Says Star Wrestler 'No Longer Part' Of Program after accused
OSU Says Star Wrestler ‘No Longer Part’ Of Program after accused

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STILLWATER, Oklahoma – OSU Says Star Wrestler ‘No Longer Part’ Of Program after accused coach, according to wrestling John Smith.

NCAA champion wrestler AJ Ferrari is no longer a member of the Oklahoma State University wrestling team, after a sexual assault allegation against him. But his lawyer says the allegations are “false”.

The university has not confirmed the reason for Ferrari’s departure, but Stillwater Police released a report on Wednesday saying Ferrari is currently under investigation for a sexual assault that occurred on July 2.

Ferrari’s lawyer issued the following statement:
It is unfortunate that a student athlete becomes a target, mainly due to his status as an elite athlete.

AJ cooperates with law enforcement and is confident that the truth will emerge.

He appreciated his time at Oklahoma State, but agreed with the university that the change was appropriate.

The Stillwater Police Department issued a news alert Tuesday afternoon, declaring “Albert James Ferrari Jr.” as the suspect in a sexual assault investigation.

On Saturday, July 2, Stillwater Police responded to a reported sexual assault.

The case is currently under investigation by our Criminal Investigation Unit.

Police officials said the SPD is committed to conducting a thorough investigation of these cases.

“Once the investigation is complete, the case will be submitted to the Payne County District Attorney’s Office for consideration of filing fees.”

Ferrari’s lawyer, Derek Chance, issued a statement to Kfour, saying the allegations against Ferrari were untrue.

Ferrari was forced to retire from action last season after being injured in a car accident. Before his injury, Ferrari was undefeated and ranked number one in the country.