BREAKING: New Evidence Shows NOT GUILTY - Nation Stunned...

September 13, 2022

An investigation by Brigham Young University has found no evidence that a fan, who was banned for life, yelled the N-word at a Duke volleyball player.

The anonymous individual was accused by 19-year-old Duke volleyball player Rachel Richardson of yelling the N-word at her and threatening her during a game on August 26th against BYU's volleyball team.

The anonymous individual was immediately removed from the campus and banned for life. Now the investigation, run by the campus police force, has cleared the anonymous man's name.

BYU issued a statement saying, "We reviewed all available video and audio recordings, including security footage and raw footage from all camera angles taken by BYUtv of the match, with broadcasting audio removed (to ensure that the noise from the stands could be heard more clearly). We also reached out to more than 50 individuals who attended the event: Duke athletic department personnel and student-athletes, BYU athletic department personnel and student-athletes, event security and management and fans who were in the arena that evening, including many of the fans in the on-court student section."

Notably, BYU declined to apologize for removing the individual and handing him a life ban from the campus.

Furthermore, it is unknown if Richardson will face repercussions for making serious false accusations that could have potentially ruined that individual's life.

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