After running into a bevy of legal troubles last month, Notre Dame wide receiver Will Mahone was indefinitely suspended from all football-related activity. Last night, it was revealed that Mahone is no longer enrolled at Notre Dame, a university spokesperson told the South Bend Tribune.
James Gentile, Mahone’s attorney, said Monday night that Mahone would like to return to Notre Dame. But, Gentile said, Mahone is of the understanding that he will not be allowed to return to the school as long as the felony charges against him are pending.
“That’s what the school has told him,” Gentile said. “If for some reason those felonies are reduced or something happens, then he’s free to reapply.”
According to the report, Mahone had a pre-trial hearing last night, and his preliminary hearing is scheduled for July 23. Mahone was arrested for assault of a police officer, intimidation of a public servant, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. His Notre Dame career has been unspectacular, as Mahone has appeared in two games for the Fighting Irish.