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Bradley Roby goes to twitter to claim he was not drunk

Today Bradley Roby the former Ohio State cornerback went to twitter to try to clear his name.

@BradRoby_1: I was not drunk

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@BradRoby_1: I was not driving . I did not get arrested . Was not in a cell . No finger prints . No mugshot

@BradRoby_1: I have lost any respect I had left for the media. I take ownership in my part of it. But you run a story at least put out all facts …

According to police records, Roby was pulled over on Vine Street, near Kilbourne Street, in downtown Columbus when a Columbus Police officer approached his car. After a field sobriety test, he blew a .008 into a breathalyzer. Ohio’s legal limit is .08, or 10 times what Roby registered. He is set to be arraigned Friday at 10 a.m. at Franklin County Municipal Court.

An OVI is a first-degree misdemeanor carrying a maximum penalty of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine. For first offenders like Roby, the punishment is often in the neighborhood of a suspended license (typically six months, with work privileges), a weekend course about alcohol abuse and a $500 fine.

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