Jurors in California discovered Rams energy and conditioning coach Ted Rath not responsible of three counts of sexual battery, the Ventura County Star studies.
A Ventura County Superior Courtroom jury deliberated about an hour Friday earlier than returning with the decision, in keeping with the newspaper.
Rath was arrested Jan. 15 for an alleged June 2018 incident involving a girl he knew. She accused Rath of touching her buttocks and genitalia whereas she slept in her Southern California residence.
Rath, 35, pleaded not responsible. He declined remark to The Star after the decision.
Rath maintained he doesn’t bear in mind what occurred that evening, with solely “snapshots” of reminiscence,” in keeping with the newspaper, and his protection attorneys pointed to treatment he was taking after a stroke as a doable trigger.
The Rams positioned Rath on a depart of absence after his arrest.
The staff gave The Star a press release Friday evening: “We’re conscious of right now’s verdict. Now that this trial is full, we’ll revisit Ted Rath’s standing. As well as, we’ll proceed to help the NFL because it completes its separate investigation.”