An undisclosed resolution has been reached in the case of an expelled University student accused of strong-arm rape.

All parties were supposed to appear at a Nov. 30 court hearing at 10 a.m. in the Athens-Clarke County Courthouse regarding the student’s petition for a temporary restraining order and permanent injunction.

The hearing was cancelled, and a court official said the case was settled on Nov. 29.

Kim Stephens, the male student’s attorney, also said the case was resolved, but he could not release any information due to FERPA regulations.

As previously reported in The Red & Black on Nov. 28, a University student was fighting expulsion related to an incident in which a female student accused him of strong-arm rape in late August.

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