Charges against Boyd to be dismissed

Former Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd will serve 40 hours of community service, and the charge of assault and battery will be dismissed pending six months of good behavior after service and restitution is paid, this according to The Greenville News on Wednesday morning.

If you recall, Boyd, Clemson’s all-time leading passer and owner of multiple school records, turned himself in on Sept. 6 to Greenville City Police after incident that took place on involving him and a bouncer at the On the Roxx nightclub on July 14.

Boyd released  this statement on Wednesday morning.

According to the police report Boyd was trying to get in On the Roxx around 11:30 p.m. when the bouncer told him he would have to wait because the club was full. The report said Boyd shoved the bouncer and subsequently the bouncer fell into a woman, knocking her to the ground.

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