Hunter filed a battery report with the FAMU Police Department on November 8. She said she was hazed while attempting to join the Red Dawg Order, an unauthorized group of Marching 100 students from Georgia whose members reportedly included now-deceased drum major Robert Champion.
Hunter’s police report led to the arrests of three men who allegedly fist-punched her and beat her with a metal ruler.
Numerous media organizations reported that Hunter suffered a broken thigh during the initiation process. But Hunter’s attorney is now saying that a medical report says otherwise.
From the Orlando Sentinel:
B.J. Bernstein, a lawyer for Hunter, told the Orlando Sentinel that her client required treatment for her injuries but acknowledged that medical records show that Hunter's leg was not broken.
"It does not take away from the hazing that occurred," Bernstein said in an email Friday. "It is particularly awful that one of Bria's assailants would be involved with Robert's death. Robert warned Bria that this hazing was like a cancer…"