Milano Faces Charges, Will Turn Himself in Today

Via the Daily. They are reporting that former Michigan RB Mike Milano has been charged with two counts of assault, and will turn himself into authorities today. This comes just a few weeks after it was alleged that he was responsible for the beating of Michigan LSA junior and hockey player Steve Kampfer.

The first charge, assault with intent to do great bodily harm, carries with it a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $5,000 fine. The second charge, misdemeanor aggravated assault, has a maximum 1 year and $1,000 fine.

Somehow, according to Milano's attorney, John Shea...he will turn himself in today, but plead not guilty to these charges.

Milano was suspended indefinitely from the football team last month after word of the incident got out. More on this soap opera as facts come out.

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