Domestic assault charges dropped against Vols WR Josh Smith

Josh Smith in court (Courtesy: David Killebrew via WATE)

KNOXVILLE (WATE) – Charges were dropped for a Tennessee wide receiver after the victim said he did not want to prosecute.

Josh Smith, 23, got into a fight with his roommate on May 6, according to Knoxville Police Department. Police said Smith broke down a bathroom door and started hitting his roommate.

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After charges were dropped in court Tuesday, Smith received 40 hours of community service and was ordered to pay court costs.

WKRN’s sister station WATE reached out to University of Tennessee Athletics Department after the incident. Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations Tom Satkowiak said the University of Tennessee was aware of the situation. Smith is still listed on the 2017 official football roster for the University of Tennessee.