Zach Smith Releases Statement After Protection Order Agreement Reached With Courtney Smith
Former Ohio State wide receivers coach released a Twitter statement Tuesday evening after it was reported that he and his ex-wife Courtney Smith reached a three-year domestic violence protection order earlier Tuesday in Delaware County, Ohio.
Charges dropped. Cases dismissed. Faith, patience & the truth will always prevail. pic.twitter.com/TNxkGGh4DR
— Zach Smith (@CoachZachSmith) October 23, 2018
Smith was fired from his position at Ohio State in July following allegations of domestic violence against Courtney. The situation led to an investigation that resulted in a three-game suspension for head coach Urban Meyer and a three-week suspension for athletic director Gene Smith.
Smith is the grandson of former Ohio State head coach Earle Bruce, who passed away in April.
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