Washington Football Team owner Dan Snyder wants to clear the air about a series of slanderous rumors that his attorney believes were part of a wider campaign to spread misinformation and defame his character. "There's a lot of things going on in Washington right now regarding the club and there are people that may have some motives to falsely attack Mr. Snyder," attorney Joe Tacopina, who represents Snyder, said in an interview with NBC Sports Washington.
The incident is at the heart of the criminal case against Guice, 23, who was released by the Washington Football Team last week after a handful of criminal charges became public, including the counts of strangulation and assault and battery that date from March 13. The charging documents provide the first in-depth look at the allegations against Guice. After the March incident, the woman had to leave to catch a flight at BWI, according to the charging documents.
“The right answer is that we all get along.”