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Video Of The 2014 Joe Mixon Assault Incident Has Been Released

After more than two years, video of Joe Mixon punching a woman at a bar, which led to him being suspended for the 2014 season, has been released.

Mixon, Oklahoma's star running back, punched Oklahoma student Amelia Molitor during a dispute at local bar Pickleman's Cafe. The video was released to the media today, and has put it up online.

We warn you, it is extremely violent.

From's report on the release of the video:

Mixon also had his attorney release a second surveillance video from the same night.

"Mr. Mixon asked us to once again say he is sorry for the way he reacted that night. He has apologized publicly to Ms. Molitor, her friends, his family, teammates and the University," his attorney, Blake Johnson, wrote in a letter. "He hopes that his voluntary release of these recordings will help put this matter to rest."

The video release comes weeks after Mixon's first public apology for the incident, after two seasons of refusing to address it in his limited dealings with the media.

For the last two years, my lawyers have advised me against speaking publicly about an incident that occurred very shortly after I arrived in Norman, Oklahoma. Today, I want to say what everyone deserves to hear from me about this matter: I am sorry.


I apologize to Amelia Molitor and the friends who were with her that night. I apologize to my teammates, coaches, the University of Oklahoma, and its fans. I apologize to my family and friends. I realize I let a lot of people down. I apologize to all those I disappointed or hurt.

Joe Mixon served a year of probation, served 100 hours of community service, and underwent counseling after the incident.