Aaron Donald’s Attorney Says his Client Actually Helped the Man Accusing Him of Assault

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In a strange turn of events, Aaron Donald was actually helping the man who he allegedly gave a black eye to? Casey White, Donald’s attorney, made his first public comments in an interview with sports radio station 93.7 The Fan in Pittsburgh. White said that Donald had nothing to do with the injuries to Spriggs and that it was Spriggs himself who sparked the incident.

“He actually saved Mr. Spriggs from further injury,” White said. “It’s fantastic, from a defense attorney’s perspective, to be honest with you.”

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He also claims to have surveillance video proving that his client was helping, not hurting.

“We have the surveillance video, and we have five corroborating witnesses at this point,” White said. “And we have more that are coming out of the woodwork.”

“Aaron then breaks free from the restraints — and this is all on video, so I’m not making this up — he then goes to the pile where this melee is taking place,” White said. “He starts tearing people off, protecting Mr. Spriggs.”

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Spriggs didn’t give himself a black eye,  but sometimes in scrums people accidentally get  hurt.

“The first thing Aaron said to me is, ‘I hired you to make this go away — quickly — because I didn’t do anything,’” White said.

We’ll see what the video shows. Just like an Instant replay.

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