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MONTREAL - The lawyer for a star McGill University football player charged in an alleged case of domestic violence says his client was the victim and not the aggressor.Luis-Andres Guimont-Mota, 22, was formally arraigned in Montreal on Thursday on charges of assault and uttering threats against his estranged wife. He was immediately released on $300 bail and a host of conditions.The third-year business management student and starting running back was arrested at a downtown apartment on Wednesday morning.By late that evening, McGill said the player in question had been immediately suspended as per the universitys varsity athletics guidelines.Whats particular in this case is my client is the victim and not the aggressor, contrary to the cases in the United States, said defence lawyer Steve Hanafi, referring to a spate of domestic violence cases involving National Football League players.Hanafi said the university was too hasty in suspending Guimont-Mota from the football team and that he and his client would challenge the decision.I think they acted too fast just to protect their image and they dont know the facts, he told reporters outside the courtroom.The university said the deputy provosts office for student life and learning will investigate and take any measures deemed appropriate.Hanafi said Guimont-Mota is considering filing a cross-complaint against his estranged wife, the alleged victim in the current case.His parents were in court on Thursday and Guimont-Motas father offered a surety of $750 in addition to the bail.The family didnt speak to reporters after the hearing.Guimont-Mota and his estranged wife were married in 2012, but are now considering a divorce, the lawyer said.Hanafi said the alleged victim told Guimont-Motas mother shed struck him in the face.For the moment, were faced with two contradictory versions (of what happened), Hanafi said. She says he pushed her and my client says something else and we have leads that suggest he may be the victim.Guimont-Mota was voted McGills most outstanding offensive player in 2013.By Thursday morning, his profile had been removed from the McGill Redmen teams website, although his photo remained prominently displayed on the home page as he was a recipient of a $1,500 bursary from the Montreal Alouettes earlier this month.The case returns to court Feb. 23, 2015.Guimont-Mota pleaded guilty in 2011 to an assault outside a Quebec City bar in May 2010.He was sentenced last year to 90 days in jail to be served discontinuously, according to court records obtained by The Canadian Press.Quebec Le Soleil reported that the judge granted him a request for such a sentence to allow him to continue playing football.Its unclear if these charges will have an impact in that case, Hanafi said. Air Max 90 China Wholesale . Here at TSN.ca we will take a look back at the season by bringing together a panel of experts to help pick the best 50 players of the season. Undefeated x Air Max 90 White Solar Red .5 million, two-year contract that runs through 2015. Venable, the son of former big leaguer Max Venable, will make $4. http://www.outletairmax90cheap.com/outlet-off-white-x-air-max-90-all-black-cheap.html . The 26-year-old slider from Calgary posted a time of 50.464 seconds, 0.573 seconds back of leader Natalie Geisenberger. The German led the overall World Cup womens standings this season and continued her dominance by putting down a track record time of 49. Air Max 90 Gray Black .FIFA says it is relaxing the rule which forced match officials to leave its international list at the end of the year they turned 45. Buy Air Max 90 Essential . TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie tweeted on Monday that Hemsky will be going to market as an unrestricted free agent on July 1.Ande2014. "These rumours that Ill fight at UFC 181 or any other event around that date arent true," Silva told Brazilian mixed martial arts website Combate. "This year is over for me. Theres a chance Ill fight in the first half of 2015." UFC 181 is slated for December 6, 2014 at the Bell Centre in Montreall.dddddddddddd Silva signed a new 10-fight contract with the UFC before his latest defeat, which has thrown his whole career into question. And although Silva says he is not ready to retire, the contract may be a little too long for the eight-year UFC veteran. "I dont see myself stopping (right now), but I dont know if I will fulfill my 10-fight contract," he said. "My family has been asking me for years to stop fighting, and they need to understand that this is what I love to do and that I need to have my time." ' ' '

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