In an incident that occurred at about 2:49 a.m. Oct. 13, Hupe told police that she picked up Arrington, 20, from a bar in Ypsilanti. Because he was drunk, she said, she wanted to take him home with her.
He refused and they started arguing. Once the car was parked behind her apartment, Arrington left the car and they started yelling. Then he walked to her side of the car, banged on the window and she opened the door.
That led to a fight over the keys. According to the report, Arrington grabbed the keys, Hupe locked the door, Arrington unlocked the door and then pulled her out of the car by her wrists before he drove away in the vehicle. Hupe called 911 after that, reaching the Ypsilanti police.
Now, a message to Arrington from all of us in Buckeye Nation.....
When you are playing in Columbus on November 18th (because, who are we kidding, you KNOW you won't be suspended for that game), there will come a time when your team has the ball on third down. You will be on the field as a wide reciever and you may notice something in the stands of Ohio Stadium.
People will be holding their keys and rattling them. This is symbolic of it being a "key play."
Please do not go into the stands and beat up the women who are holding keys. They are not trying to prevent you from driving drunk. They are merely cheering for their team. They do not deserve to be domestically abused.
This has been a public service message from The BBC. Thank you.