The infamous video from May of Florida Gators football players engaged in a minutes long argument that escalated into a bizarre showdown that included fake “air rifles,” has been released.
The Gainesville Sun, using “Freedom of Information Act” laws, obtained the 63 second cell phone video from the Gainesville University Police department.
As we wrote last week, seven Gators players are involved in the argument/dispute that is with a known Gainesville gambler named Devante Zachery, who also goes by the name “Tay Bang” and his associates.
In the video below, you will see several of the Gators players, who are racing around an athletic field and a parking lot. And several have the “airsoft guns” that are toys, but similar looking to assault rifles:
The players involved are tight end C’yontai Lewis, wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland (above) and backup QB Emory Jones, as well as, receivers Rick Wells, and Kadarius Toney, tight end Kemore Gamble and defensive tackle Kyree Campbell.
Ultimately there have been no criminal charges filed, but the code of conduct violations could result in possible suspension or even as harsh as expulsion.
University Police did issue a “no trespass” citation for the campus to Zachery for the next three years, which means he can be arrested for just returning.
The Gainesville UPD closed out the incident report in late June.
We await the update on the code of conduct charges against the players.
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