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#pounditMonday, May 10, 2021

Greg Hardy briefly changes Twitter bio to say ‘innocent until proven guilty’

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Greg Hardy has not spoken to the media since some disturbing details of his domestic violence case were released last week, but the Dallas Cowboys star took to Twitter to defend himself early Wednesday morning.

For a very brief time, Hardy changed his Twitter bio to read “innocent until proven guilty” and some other complete nonsense:

Hardy, who is always making changes to his profile, quickly deleted the stuff you see above and replaced it with lyrics from a song.

Innocent until proven guilty, huh? Hardy’s domestic violence case was only thrown out because his ex-girlfriend Nicole Holder stopped cooperating with investigators after Hardy reached a settlement with her. If you take a look at some of the photos that were released last week, you’ll get an idea of how “innocent” Hardy truly is.

Hardy originally told the NFL that Holder was responsible for her own injuries, claiming she was drunk and fell down. The photos make that almost impossible to believe.

If you want to know how people around the NFL feel about Hardy, just read these comments from Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman Lane Johnson. Hardy can change his Twitter bio all he wants. He’s only making himself look even worse.

H/T Philly Voice

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