The hearing on a temporary restraining order against a University of Montana quarterback has been postponed.
The hearing against quarterback Jordan Johnson was pushed back to March 27th. Johnson’s attorney, David Paoli, requested the delay in Missoula Municipal Court.
The female Montana student obtained the temporary restraining order on March 9th against Johnson. Then waited one week to file a police report with the Missoula Police Department , saying that she was raped by Johnson.
Johnson is not allowed to go within 1,500 feet of the women, or her home. He is also not allowed to threaten or harass her.
Johnson was the starting quarterback for Montana last year and guided the team to the Big Sky Championship and an FCS semifinals appearance.
Johnson has been sitting out spring practice that began on Monday.
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