Georgetown players blamed for robbery, ambush
Georgetown ball players Josh LeBlanc and Galen Alexander got limiting requests in November coming about because of allegations of badgering and robbery, and first year recruit Myron Gardner was blamed for “lewd behavior and ambush,” as per one of the filings.According to court records acquired by ESPN, a Georgetown understudy documented Nov. 5 for a controlling request against LeBlanc and Alexander.”In reaction to a supposed theft that I trust Joshua LeBlanc submitted against me on September 16, 2019, Joshua undermined in essence hurt against myself and my flat mate,” the protest read. “He kept on compromising me verbally and by means of instant message in the accompanying week.”The controlling request demand was allowed Nov. 20, after LeBlanc and Alexander didn’t show up at a Nov. 14 hearing. The two players fell off the seat for Georgetown in a 81- 66 misfortune to Penn State that night.On Nov. 12, the understudy’s flat mate petitioned for a different controlling request against Gardner, LeBlanc and Alexander. In the controlling request, she blamed Gardner for explicitly hassling and ambushing her on Sept. 15, and said her house was burglarized by Gardner, LeBlanc and Alexander on Sept. 16.She likewise noted she recorded grievances with both the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington and Georgetown University Police Department.A hearing for her controlling request demand was pushed back to Dec. 9.Alexander has played in every one of the seven games for Georgetown this season, while LeBlanc and Gardner have played in six.Georgetown reported Monday that LeBlanc and beginning stage watch James Akinjo were leaving the program. Akinjo, last season’s Big East Freshman of the Year, was not referenced in both of the complaints.”Georgetown University men’s ball players James Akinjo and Josh LeBlanc won’t play for the men’s b-ball group taking effect right now and won’t be individuals from the group for the rest of the period,” the school’s announcement read.The school didn’t give an explanation behind Akinjo and LeBlanc’s takeoffs and has not made any declarations with respect to Gardner or Alexander.It released a refreshed proclamation on Monday late evening following the disclosure of potential lawful issues.”Georgetown pays attention to understudy direct issues very and guarantees that they are researched altogether. While we are not ready to remark on explicit cases, we have forms for researching and mediating asserted infringement for our understudy code that are reasonable for the two gatherings. We energize any understudy who has a worry to be in contact with the Georgetown University Police Department or the Office of Student Conduct.”ESPN’s Mark Schlabach and Myron Medcalf added to this report.