Zach Smith blasts Brett McMurphy, Ohio State in Twitter rant

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Included in the new report is an allegation from Courtney Smith that Ohio State sent a lawyer to her home to pressure her to drop any charges.

A new report in Ohio State's Zach Smith saga surfaced tonight courtesy of the Columbus Dispatch.

The report also revealed a series of shady events during Smith's time with Ohio State, including an affair with a staff member, taking obscene photos at the White House and ordering adult toys to the Ohio State facility.

Additionally, as part of the investigation, Ohio State uncovered and released text messages sent between Courtney Smith and Meyer's wife Shelley that allude to the abuse.

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Smith was sacked at the end of July after a report published by Brett McMurphy revealed Smith's wife had called the police in 2015 over domestic assault allegations. He doesn't talk to anyone about you.

Smith started by linking to a Facebook post from his mother in which she criticizes head coach Urban Meyer for failing to support her son before turning his ire to the media for the "damage" done to his children, tagging McMurphy and ESPN reporter Paul Finebaum. The investigation looked into the domestic violence allegations against Smith and the handling of the incidents by Ohio State coach Urban Meyer.

Ohio State opens its season on Saturday against Oregon State.

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