Former LSU cornerback Rashard Robinson wrote a series of tweets on Friday, seemingly about Anthony Jennings, Maquedius Bain, and Dwayne Thomas not facing charges, according to a report by TigerRag.com’s Cory Worsham.
Robinson quickly deleted the tweets then later claimed his Twitter account was hacked. In a strange twist, the former Tiger was arrested on June 12 for unauthorized entry into Jennings’ apartment, according to The Advocate’s Ross Dellenger. Robinson was suspended from the team last fall and then dismissed.
According to Worsham, the tweets Robinson deleted read as follows:
Robinson apologized to his “LSU family” and said he would be getting a new Twitter account.