A Franklin County Common Pleas Judge today freed former Ohio State football star Maurice Clarett.
The former Ohio State running back star that led the Buckeyes to a National Championship in 2002 has been granted an early release from prison. WOSU reports Maurice Clarett will spend some time in a community controlled residential facility before he starts his parole.
The judge in the Maurice Clarett robbery case has delayed the trial because of concerns about Clarett’s mental state. The former OSU football star was scheduled to go on trial Monday for robbing a Columbus couple in January.
Former Ohio State football star Maurice Clarett makes first appearance in court following chase with police and felony weapons charges
Former OSU football tailback Maurice Clarett is indicted on seven counts including aggravated robbery
Former Buckeye running back Maurice Clarett appeared before a Franklin County judge Tuesday morning for two counts of aggravated robbery. Clarett was released Tuesday afternoon around 1:30.
Columbus police say they’re still looking for former Ohio State running back Maurice Clarett, who’s suspected of robbing a man and a woman early Sunday morning in an alley behind the Opium Lounge at 346 South High Street.
Ohio State athletic director Andy Geiger calls untrue allegations by former football star Maurice Clarett that the school helped him pass classes he didn’t attend and get paid for summer work he never did.
The Supreme Court has turned down Maurice Clarett’s request to join the N-F-L draft this weekend. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said she saw no reason to overturn a lower court’s stay preventing the former Ohio State running back from being picked.
Suspended Ohio State tailback Maurice Clarett has pleaded guilty to a minor misdemeanor charge and has been fined $100.