University of Georgia

UGA player accused of rape could be allowed at Pro Day, judge rules

ATHENS, Ga. — A University of Georgia football player accused of rape and sexual assault could be allowed to play in the Bulldogs’ Pro Day, a judge ruled Friday.

Adam Anderson was charged with rape last year, and a condition of his bond set by a superior court required him to stay out of the the county. However, Anderson appeared in court Friday morning for a hearing, asking to be allowed to attend the March 16 event.

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A superior court judge gave Anderson permission to attend the event but said afterward he must leave the county, according to Anderson’s lawyer.

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The final decision rests with the University, which has not said when it expects to make a decision. Anderson was suspended from the team following the allegations in November.