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Video Shows Punch That Led to QB De’Andre Johnson’s Arrest

(Tallahassee Democrat) – The State Attorney’s Office released surveillance video today of Florida State University quarterback De’Andre Johnson punching a woman at a bar last month.

State Attorney Willie Meggs said he decided to charge Johnson, 19, with misdemeanor battery after viewing the footage from the West Tennessee Street bar Yiannis on June 24.

Warning: The video contains violent content.

Florida State University freshman quarterback De’Andre Johnson turned himself in at the Leon County Jail on June 30 after a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Johnson, 19, is being charged with misdemeanor battery. He was released from the Leon County Jail on $500 bond Thursday.

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