Bradley Roby gives his side of story in OVI incident
Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby gave his side of the story Friday regarding his April 20 citation on a charge of operating a vehicle under the influence in Columbus, Ohio.
A possible first-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, Roby posted a picture of a document that purportedly shows he registered just a .008 blood-alcohol reading in the alleged incident.
Roby’s agent, Michael Perrett, told ElevenWarriors.com that Roby’s blood-alcohol level was only .008, a reading below the legal limit.
Via the Cleveland Plain Dealer, online Franklin (Ohio) County Municipal Court records show that Roby will be arraigned in the OVI case on Tuesday, April 29.
In other tweets Friday, Roby noted that he “was not driving” and “did not get arrested” in the alleged incident. Roby also said that while he took “ownership” for what had happened, he was not happy with how it was portrayed by the media.