AJ Ferrari, a college wrestler who won the national title in 2021, has ceased to be part of the Oklahoma State program, the school announced Wednesday afternoon.
There was no other information disclosed. After an hour, Stillwater police issued an alert that stated Ferrari was suspected in an investigation into sexual assault in connection with a July 2 incident.
Wrestler AJ Ferrari accused of sexual assault
According to the notice the matter is still under investigation, and the results will be presented for review by the Payne County District Attorney’s Office to consider the possibility of filing charges.
Furthermore, an emergency protection decision for Ferrari was issued this month in Payne County. The petition to obtain the order issued through The Tulsa World, the woman claimed to be an acquaintance from the family and claimed the incident took place at her home.
She claimed that Ferrari was on top of her and tied her arms in the air, causing she to kiss him. She then taking off her clothes, before exchanging a smooch and ejaculating with her.
I advised him to stop and he told me that I was tough in my fight and fought a strong battle,” she wrote in the petition. “I tried to push him out of me , but it was unsuccessful. … I requested him to stop the top and again.”
In a statement made to the World Ferrari’s attorney Derek Chance, said: “The allegations made against AJ are bogus. It’s regrettable that a student athlete can be targeted due to his status as an elite sportsperson.
AJ has been cooperating with the law enforcement officials and is certain that the truth will be revealed. He was pleased with his experience in Okla. State, but both he and the school decided that a change in the university was necessary.”
Ferrari, a well-known social media person who signed a name-image-likeness agreement with the WWE and was in the process of being one of the most prestigious wrestling stars in Cowboys history. He been awarded a national title at 197lbs as freshman. His undefeated sophomore year ended abruptly when he suffered a serious injured in a accident in January.
As per the Oklahoma Highway Patrol report, Ferrari tried to pass three vehicles through the no-passing zone of Oklahoma 33 near Perkins when the vehicle he was driving struck the pickup in front of him, before turning numerous times and eventually sparking a the fire.
Ferrari was taken to an emergency room after suffering internal bleeding and bruising according to a post on Facebook from his father on the night. The passenger of his, cross-country as well as track and field runner Isai Rodriguez, was treated in a hospital and a 56-year-old woman in a different vehicle was not hurt.
The athletes were heading home to Stillwater after having attended the youth wrestling competition in Cushing.
“I did not realize the vehicle was there until last night at evening,” OSU wrestling coach John Smith said the following day. “They’re lucky. There’s definitely someone watching those two, along with other people who had been involved in the accident.
Ferrari who is a sought-after student in the class of 2020 is from a family of wrestlers who relocated to Stillwater when he enrolled at OSU. Anthony, the younger brother Anthony was signed by the Cowboys last year , but was not in the team roster.