Female Student Unloads On FSU And Willie Taggart For Potentially Reinstating Her Allegedly Abusive Ex

December 4, 2018 at 2:47 pm by Terez in Florida State University, NCAA

A former FSU football player, who was suspended back in May after​​ a Title IX investigation found him responsible for dating violence, could be enrolling in the school again in the near future, and the victim in the case is furious. Josh Ball, a former four-star recruit who started nine games at offensive tackle for Florida State in 2017, is attempting to play for the Seminoles again. He would need to first be reinstated by the university. Ball’s suspension came after his ex-girlfriend, Sandra Sellers, received an injunction against him last year after she filed paperwork seeking “protection against dating violence.” Sellers said Ball assaulted her on several occasions where he slapped, shoved and grabbed her in 2016 and 2017. In a statement on her Instagram story Tuesday, Sellers blasted Willie Taggart and Florida State for reportedly considering allowing Ball to re-enroll at the school and play football again. – TO