UPDATE @ 10:09 PM
Dalvin Cook bonds out of the Leon County jail overnight after turning himself in Friday evening. Cook has been indefinitely suspended from Florida State's Football Team. He is the second player this month to be suspended following allegations of assault and battery.
FSU students gave their reaction to the series of recent events.
Deborah Corvo said, "The athletes yea they do have this high ego and the frat boys as well. I do think if they knew about the things that were going on, the struggle of women they would be more inclined to not be so violent and not be so chauvinist."
TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) - FSU Running Back Dalvin Cook turned himself in to the Leon County Jail Friday evening.
According the jail, Cook had already turned himself in by 9 p.m. Friday, the State Attorney's Office announced they were filing a misdemeanor battery charge against Cook, stemming back to a June 23rd incident at Clydes and Costellos.
According to a police report, it happened on Tuesday June 23rd around 2:30 a.m. The police say alcohol was involved.
According to court documents, the victim called police after she said five to seven FSU football players had just hit her in the lip, and then left Clydes and Costellos bar. Police who arrived on scene noted that she had a busted lip and was intoxicated.
Court documents also say the victim told police that she got into a fight with another person, after he asked her to have sex with her and she told him she had a boyfriend.
Officers say that's when Cook came over to break up the argument, but he and the victim eventually began to argue and police say that's when Cook hit her several times.
FSU Athletics released a statement Friday, indefinitely suspending the sophomore running back.