Greg Hardy Says People Calling Him Guilty of Domestic Violence Guilty of Discrimination

Greg Hardy
The Associated Press

Greg Hardy was proven guilty in a court of law for domestic violence before a settlement with the alleged victim resulted in dropped charges. But the Dallas Cowboys defensive end wants the Twitterverse to know that judging him guilty without a conviction dubbing him so amounts to discrimination.

Hardy changed the quote under his Twitter handle to reflect this sentiment. “Innocent until proven guilty-lack of knowledge & information is just ignorance-the unjust/prejudicial treatment of diff categories of people is discrimination,” his Twitter page explained.

Hardy quickly replaced the statement to a less controversial, and more incomprehensible, one: “Come with me Hail Mary Run quick see What do we have here now wana be my ride or die La la la la la la (SuperBlockParty).”

Hardy sat most of last season because of the allegations and endured a four-game suspension to start this season. The release of pictures showing his alleged victim bruised and beaten has renewed calls to remove him from the playing field.