If convicted, Robertson could face penalties ranging up to 15 years in prison."The criminal sexual conduct charges announced today against Auston Robertson are of the most serious nature," Dantonio said in a statement released by the university. While there is an ongoing criminal process, we’re extremely disappointed that Auston put himself in this position.
He is no longer a member of our football program."It is the second serious allegation levied against Robertson, a 19-year-old from Fort Wayne, Ind.
Robertson also had charges dropped in September 2015 after allegations of criminal mischief/damaging property and resisting law enforcement, according to Allen Superior Court 5 records.
Dantonio, in his statement, said Robertson "underwent an extensive educational process" that included "daily supervised sessions within the football program and regular meetings with university staff addressing appropriate behavior and developmental growth." Robertson’s diversionary program included a 22-week course focused on behavior changes that began in Indiana and was transferred to the state of Michigan’s Prevention and Training Services program."Despite these measures," Dantonio said, "Auston broke our trust and expectations by putting himself in a compromising situation."The four-star recruit did not sign with MSU on signing day in 2016 after the first incident was reported.
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He entered into a diversionary program for that case, which he completed March 11.
Robertson was accused of improperly touching a female classmate, according to Allen Superior Court 4 records.
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