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The lawyer for Courtney Smith said in a statement Tuesday that Courtney was not contacted by Ohio State University regarding the domestic abuse allegations against Zach Smith in 2015.

Questions of Meyer's handling of the situation were raised after last month's Big Ten media day, when the three-time national champion told reporters he was only aware of allegations from 2009, when Zach Smith served as a graduate assistant under Meyer at the University of Florida.

Zach Smith, the school's former wide receivers coach, was sacked July 23, days after Courtney filed for a protection order against him and hours after domestic abuse allegations from 2009 and 2015 were revealed.

Zach Smith, a grandson of late Buckeyes coach Earle Bruce, who was a mentor to Meyer, also asserted that he had never harmed her and that the head coach handled the allegations appropriately.

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Julia Leveridge released a statement Monday that read, in part, that "while The Ohio State University has never contracted Ms. Smith to discuss these allegations, she will fully cooperate with the university's current investigation".

The attorney for Courtney Smith also says in a statement she has not been paid for interviews, and that she "has made concerted efforts to press charges of domestic abuse against her ex-husband".

Zach Smith was sacked July 23 after Courtney Smith was granted a protective order, and Courtney Smith has alleged that he abused her on multiple occasions, including in 2015.

"Urban Meyer is one of the best things that could ever happen for the university, and definitely for our family", Elliott told WCMH. Zach Smith denied committing domestic abuse in a radio interview last week. He insisted that he has "always followed proper reporting protocols and procedures" by "elevating the issues to the proper channels" whenever he has "learned of an incident involving a student-athlete, coach or member of our staff". He has been placed on paid administrative leave while the university investigates the matter.


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