Former Ohio State WR coach Zach Smith was arrested today for violating a Civil Protection Order. According to the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office, Smith became confrontational with staff at Scioto Ridge Elementary when they did not allow him to pick up his children.— Kyle Rowland (@KyleRowland) May 9, 2019Smith was part of the coaching staff for Ohio State from 2012 until July of 2018. He was also part of Urban Meyer’s staff at Florida from 2005 through 2009.His history of domestic violence allegations ultimately led to his departure from the Buckeyes.Before Urban Meyer’s departure from Ohio State, Smith was embroiled in a scandal in which he allegedly assaulted his ex-wife. Smith denied the allegations, but he was removed from the university.Now it appears Smith has violated part of his agreement with the court.Just over a month ago, Smith revealed was starting a podcast called “Menace 2 Society.” Smith said “So, I’ve been held accountable for the things that I did. I have also been held accountable for things that I didn’t do.”Stay tuned for the latest on the developing situation. Former Ohio State assistant football coach Zach Smith is back in the headlines for all the wrong reasons.According to a report from Ohio State insider Kyle Rowland, police arrested Smith for violating his Civil Protection Order.Per the report, Smith became confrontational with the staff at Scioto Ridge Elementary when they did not allow him to pick up his children from the school.Here’s the report from Rowland.
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