UK QB And UK Cheerleader Accused Of Assault

Bizarre news out of Lexington early Friday morning as University of Kentucky quarterback Mike Hartline was arrested after a disturbance in a local neighborhood.

Mike Hartline Ashley Carnes Accused Of Assault

(Hartline and cheerleader Carnes)

According to the LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER, Hartline, 22, was charged by authorities with “second-degree disorderly conduct, alcohol intoxication in a public place and failure to notify the department of transportation of an address change.

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According to police reports, Hartline and another UK student, Ashley Kathleen Carnes, reportedly assaulted a woman.

“There was a verbal altercation and, possibly, a physical altercation,” police spokeswoman Sherrelle Roberts said.

That other student allegedly involved in the assault, Ashley Carnes, also happens to be a Kentucky cheerleader.

Ashley Carnes Mike Hartline

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Blog-O-Rah-Rah: Cheerleaders Videotape Assault

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Michael David Smith pens in the NEW YORK TIMES that another Purple Jesus won’t be ascending upon this year’s NFL Draft.

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God Soon To Unleash Wrath On Vols Cheerleaders

Mike Organ (we love that name) of the NASHVILLE TENNESSEAN has a strange twist from yesterday’s Oral Roberts-Tennessee matchup in the women’s NCAA tournament.

Tennessee Cheerleader

Oral Roberts lost starting forward Mariana Camargo just seconds into the game against Tennessee Sunday night when she appreared to slip on a sign being used by the Lady Vols cheerleaders, who were seated along the baseline of the Golden Eagles’ basket.

Doesn’t sound like that big a deal, eh? Actually, it was. Read more…