The father and mother of an alleged victim reportedly attacked a college football player at a court hearing this week. The Texas A&M football player was suspended by the university and removed from the team Wednesday following his arrest on a family violence assault charge by Texas A&M police.
Demond Terell Demas turned himself in to authorities after a warrant was issued for his arrest on Tuesday. He is charged with assault causing bodily injury/family violence and was released on a $5,000 bond.
Demas is accused of pushing the woman’s head into a wall during an argument and throwing her off a bed. That caused her teeth to go threw her bottom lip.
According to a report from the Houston Chronicle, the father and mother of an alleged assault victim attacked Demas and one of his family members at a hearing this week.
“The father and mother of the alleged assault victim of former Texas A&M receiver Demond Demas were arrested on Thursday afternoon by university police on a misdemeanor charge of assault, according to the Lt. Bobby Richardson of the A&M police department,” the article said.
Via the Houston Chronicle:
“The father assaulted Demas and the mother assaulted a female relative of Demas prior to a scheduled on-campus conduct hearing for Demas, according to Richardson, and there were no serious injuries. The father and mother were taken to the Brazos County Jail.”
Last season in his second year with the Aggie program he played in 10 games, caught 15 passes for 235 yards and a touchdown.
Demas was a 5-star recruit out of Tomball High School.