Leon Orr Receives Traffic Citation, Goes to Twitter For Self Defense
Florida Gator defensive tackle Leon Orr received a citation for driving with a suspended or revoked license on Monday, and then took to Twitter to defend the severity of his actions. Orr tweeted Tuesday afternoon "First off I wanna apologize to the g(ator) nation for this bad publicity, but I'm being depicted as a criminal of some sort and I've never had hand cuffs put on my wrist or been pictured in a stripe jumpsuit! I jus wanna help my team win and provide for my family."
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