Gator Safety Charged in Credit Card Case
Gainesville_Florida Gator safety Jamar Hornsby has been charged in connection to allegations he used a dead girls credit card. The State Attorney's Office tells TV20 that Hornsby is now facing 4 misdemeanor counts of unathorized use of a credit card.
State Attorney Bill Cervone tells your Hometeam that while there is evidence that Hornsby used the card for someone else's gain, there is no evidence that he stole the card. When intially confronted by authorities about the case, Hornsby claimed that the card's owner, Ashley Slonina, had given him the card to use because they were friends.
Slonina and former Gator walk-on Michael Guilford were killed in a motorcycle accident this past October. Authorities Say Hornsby started using the card shortly after Slonina's death.
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